Your E-resume Must Be Accomplishments-Driven


This advice actually applies to all resumes. Accomplishments are the points that really help sell you to an employer — much more so than everyday job duties. In fact, there’s a direct relationship between keywords and accomplishments in that keywords can be tied to accomplishments rather than job duties, so a good way to make the leap from keyword to a nice, contextual bullet point is to take each keyword you’ve identified as critical to the job and list an accomplishment that tells how you’ve used the skill represented by that keyword. Learn more at The Top 10 Things You Need to Know about E-Resumes and Posting Your Resume Online.