1. Awards & Achievements- Listing an "Awards and Achievements" section on your resume not only distinguishes you from other job seekers, but it will also showcase your unique accomplishments versus just listing your basic qualifications.
2. Quantified Accomplishments – Various skill sets and extensive work experience is impressive but what’s even MORE impressive, is being able to PROVE your past career achievements by providing a large quantity of measurable metrics and numbers.
3. Core Skills- Your Core Skills, or what’s more commonly referred to as your “Core Competencies”, should be listed directly below your career summary. This section of your resume serves as a short list of your specific skills and strengths that are directly related to the actual job you're applying for.
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