Resume Tip #3: Summarize experience on a resume cover page

You know you’re supposed to keep your resume to two pages. But you’ve been working for 20+ years, and you have lots of great experience. Instead of pages and pages of the chronological resume, think about the kinds of things you’ve done in your work. Have you rescued projects? Have you facilitated strategic planning? Have …

Resume Tip #1: Quantify your value to the company

If you’re looking for a job, make sure you describe the benefits of your work to potential employees. Especially if you’ve been performing staff work such as QA or process improvement, try to quantify the benefits of your work. Here are some examples: Instead of saying “Led process definition” consider: Managed process improvement project, leading …