Writing resume bullet points that are meaningful

Too many people bury accomplishments and involvements as line items in their resumes. Instead, turn these into hooks that make a recruiter or interviewer want to know more. That's what will land you the interview.

You don’t have to tell the whole story on your resume. The space limitation won’t do it justice. But give enough context that a reader could appreciate the size and scope. Best wishes on your job search!


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