It can be difficult to put together a good job description for your resume. Isn’t it so true that most of us just do our job and tend not to think about the ways in which we went the extra mile to create the added bonus to our employer that saved money or time? Often it is hard to even remember what you did last week, let alone over the course of years while at your previous employment. Rule of thumb for the future: make note of all projects, innovative ideas you’ve implemented and any outstanding performance that saved your employer time or money. Read the attached link to find out what employers are looking for on your resume within your job description. This article will give you the basics for outlining your position, identifying markers and laying out a good description.
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