resume. Tuesday , May 30th , 2017 - 02:59:26 AM
Of course, being an executive you dont have time to note your every move; however, its a good idea to keep track of the tasks that you complete as you complete them. You'll have a much easier time during your next job search if you do things this way, since you'll have more accurate information by writing everything down while it's fresh in your mind.
Your work experience is the next most important component. For each role you should provide two components, responsibilities and accomplishments. Responsibilities are essentially items that are similar to a job description. They are the requirements for someone who has had that position. By contrast, accomplishments are the quantitative things youve done while in the position. The weighting should skew most heavily to accomplishments with an 80/20 weight.
6. Revise and edit: Do not rely on a simple word check program to check for spelling and grammar. The easiest way to get your resume tossed into the, do not interview pile, is by making little grammatical or typographical mistakes. Have someone else read it over. Sometimes others can spot mistakes you have missed.
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