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Strategy Dont get caught up in a one-size fits all approach. The positioning of each document section (i.e. experience, education, technical skills) depends on your background and its relation to your target position. Think about using roles instead of titles (does Administrative Assistant III do my academic program development experience justice?). Use years only, not months, and give the most face time to the most relevant experiences and accomplishments.
Employers are always interested in those who can generate additional profitability--especially when it means they don't have to produce more revenue.
7. Too vague. Be as specific as possible when describing achievements. Percentages, revenues, and concrete results help the hiring manager to see the breadth and width of your capabilities and stretch beyond your job scope.
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