Problem Solving Resume

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Some might think a candidate’s experience outweighs the actual text of a resume, but this is often not the case. If you want to show that you’re results-oriented and hard-working, share the numbers.

Some might think a candidate’s experience outweighs the actual text of a resume, but this is often not the case. If you want to show that you’re results-oriented and hard-working, share the numbers.

“If you put yourself in their shoes for a minute you will understand why.

Most job seekers want to be desirable and so they list these in-demand skills.

”Simple, practical words that denote responsibility have the most impact. But focusing on being productive, adding value and making progress show that the person is tuned in to improving the company, which almost always resonates with hiring managers.” “Anyone can say they ‘led’ a team.

Launched, solved, transformed and optimized are all examples of action verbs that make you look good without resorting to cliches.”like a switch, powering up the candidate’s story, showing how they’ve improved, envisioned and transformed their work environments, and therefore, gained revenue, customer growth, reputation, traction, etc. Instead, use verbs that really explain what happened in that specific task,” insists Joyce.

Think about different situations you have been in : in school, college, university, in work experience, in team sports or clubs, volunteering or in your personal life.

There will no doubt have been a number of problems you have overcome and many ways you have made a situation better.

In lieu of hard-working, consider saying what hard work was done, e.g.

did a candidate work tirelessly to reach an impossible deadline?

You might have: Examples can include you finding better ways to manage a process, overcoming challenges, achieving difficult deadlines (or managing lots at once) and spotting the cause of errors or problems in a process.

You’ve got lots of skills to squish in to your CV so one or two relevant examples will help you keep the word count down (and leave space to talk about all of your Young Professional Skills).

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