I’m writing this on July 4th—a holiday weekend—so I thought it would be fun for my readers to take a step back from the serious work of preparing career marketing… Read More
Many resumes I receive from prospective clients describe the tasks they performed at each of their jobs. A more powerful way to describe your work is to focus on what you accomplished at each job because employers know your job description.
Job accomplishments have three parts:
- The problem you had to solve,
- What action you took to solve it, and
- Your results.
About 20 years ago, I was selected for my first assignment as a career advisor at Professional Re-employment, Outplacement & Staffing Services, known as PROS. Our clients included downsized professionals… Read More
Most of the resumes I receive from prospective clients simply describe the tasks they performed, or were expected to perform, at each job. A more powerful way to describe your… Read More
I’ve been observing the continued reports of business closings, school closings, and event cancellations around the country due to the Coronavirus, or COVID-19 crisis. Crises of this magnitude usually impact… Read More