Recruiters and employers skim through hundreds of resumes a day to find the perfect candidate to join their team. So how do you make yours stand out from the rest?

In the activity of a job search, your background, skills, expertise, and motivation all need to be conveyed in a very short amount of time. To be that concise, you need to get specific. Ditch subjective claims like being “results-oriented” or having “extensive” experience and provide objective proof of actual results and experience. Regardless of industry or level, the best resumes, interviews and other job search material are specific and measurable in their claims.

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