Take Time to Answer, Then Build Your Resume

Do you realize the impact of your job duties to your company’s success?

Once you take time to survey the way that you help your company to meet its daily, weekly, and quarterly goals, you can then add value to your profession.

Take job descriptions, reviews, MOS for military personnel, testimonies and personal interests to develop your job-winning résumé.

First Answer the following:

  • Gained international experience with __________________________
  • Gathered  __________ data that employed _____________________
  • Generated __% increase ______________
  • Hired ________________
  • Integrated new business ______________
  • Introduced _________________
  • Invited to __________________
  • Juggled __________ projects____
  • Justified ___ of audits for _______
  • Just in time to ___________
  • Lowered  costs by _____________
  • Led _________________________
  • Learned ______________
  • Motivated ____________
  • Monitored group using __________

Once you look at all of the ways that you have contributed, start with those descriptors to build a job-winning resume. And if you need help putting it all together, let us help you!

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Bulldoze your resume and re-create the territory

Bulldoze your resume and re-create the territory

Have you ever watched a big heavy equipment vehicle tear down trees, an old building or a wooded area? And within weeks, a new subdivision or shopping area emerges? I’d like to share with you 5 ways that you can run a bulldozer through your current resume to re-create a keyword rich, accomplishment-laden document that will generate interview requests for you. See full article @ http://www.careerthoughtleaders.com/

You hate your job and your resume reflects it. 2 Things to turn it around

You hate your job and your resume reflects it. 2 Things to turn it around

One rule of thumb is to look for jobs via jobs4tn dot gov or see related jobs by tweeting the name of your city and jobs (Clarksville Jobs) then devise your multimedia resume on visualcv based on specific keywords, successes and values that you share with companies who are seeking those skills. It is important to understand that employers are seeking qualified, highly motivated professionals who can demonstrate in their past achievements the strategic problems that they have solved for companies are currently experience those issues. Do consider continuing to develop your resume from tips provided on jobwinnignresumes dot net.