How To Turn Duties Into Accomplishments On A Resume | Careerealism by Don Goodman
Managers want to hire the best talent. So when your resume gives a rundown of your duties and responsibilities in each position, it offers the hiring manager little information as to how well you performed on the job and what you are capable of doing.
Your resume really needs to highlight your accomplishments – it tells the hiring manager here’s what I can do for you and here’s proof that I‘ve done it before – and I’m great at it!
Ask yourself some of these questions to help turn duties into accomplishments on the resume.