Demonstrating What You Can Do

When reviewing your resume, employers will specifically look for “accomplishment statements.” The heart of your resume, accomplishment statements are action-oriented phrases that describe what you did and show more detailed successes.

Unlike traditional job duties, such as “increased size of sales force,” an accomplishment statement is a stronger description of what you achieved.

Re-written, this example will turn more heads –

“Increased size of sales force by 60%, achieving 250% increase in sales revenues within three months.”

An expert, certified career coach at Plan B Initiatives will give you the tools to create powerful accomplishment statements that will clearly demonstrate your competencies to employers.

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To demonstrate your potential to employers at the start of your career, Plan B will assess your objectives and emphasize your qualifications based on education, internships, volunteer work and other accomplishments. Your competition at a professional level in your career can be tough. Plan B will identify your key skills and experience that demonstrate your leadership ability, character and accomplishments to position you in the best manner possible to employers. You need to convince employers that you stand out from the rest for an executive position. Plan B will emphasize key leadership skills and attributes from your experience, such as forward-thinking, problem-solving and team focus.
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A well crafted resume is essential for your success, especially in today's competitive job market.

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