Sunday, September 11, 2016

Results Oriented Resumes

No results on your resume can lead to a lack of credibility and mean that your listed achievements might be questioned. This is especially true in today’s competitive climate where employers are more achievement orientated than ever. I receive numerous resumes on a daily basis and less than five percent of them are results oriented. There is an old saying in the sales arena. "Features (achievements) tell while benefits (results) sell.
There is a link on my web site where you can submit your resume for a free evaluation.
I look forward to helping you develop a results oriented resume.

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