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Kelly's Resume/Career Quick Tip of the Week
During this unfortunate time of sudden layoffs make sure you have your accomplishments in hand for your resume. The transportation industry has always been known for suddenly releasing someone and the employee is often caught off guard. One of the most powerful parts of a resume is highlighting your accomplishments to show you made an impact. Companies and managers want to hire someone that can make difference and improve performance. Consistently showing improvements in each position is the best way to bolster your chances of getting an interview. Always keep a file at home of recognition, things you improved. projects and anything that you did that was implemented company wide. Especially keep data and KPI’s improvements at home. You might be able to remember putting a successful process in place, but you likely won’t remember specific results. When it comes time to write or update your resume, you will have accomplishments ready to add with numbers you can discuss. When you start in a new position the first thing you should do is know your starting benchmarks and always keep up with your improvements, in a home file.
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