resume. Sunday , November 05th , 2017 - 16:41:51 PM
While using bullets is popular on resumes because it helps to highlight certain aspects of your career, there is a such thing as using too many. Bullet use should be limited in order to stay effective, with about 4-6 points per section. The purpose of bullets is to highlight specific info, so don't use too many, and don't use too few or the hiring manager will be confused as to why the bullets were included in the first place.
Most hiring managers are looking for your resume to assure them that you are more than likely to be a success. Because hiring a new employee is a time consuming and costly endeavor, they are looking for candidates that will be a "low risk" hire and hopefully as close to a "sure thing" as they can find. By taking the time to customize your resume to their specific job requirements, and then by creatively and enthusiastically selling yourself to them on how the skills and experience you have match up perfectly with what they are looking for you, you will convince them of this.
For example if you worked in a store part-time express your performance in terms of how you over-performed in sales revenue (averaged over $500 sales a week - the highest performing assistant), 100% attendance and commendation for customer service (great moment to slip in a testimonial from your then boss!).
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