May 22, 2018

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Many managers have a wide range of responsibilities that aren't fully conveyed on their resume. Single job titles don't show the depth of duties performed and skills. Your resume should have titles, along with subtitles to be more powerful. Using skill headings elevates your image and focuses employers on your abilities.

In your descriptions, you should try to quantify as many of your achievements as possible. Items such as number of employees you've managed/supervised and relevant sales revenues help increase your image.

The essential question to ask yourself is, what are the skills and accomplishments you have that will benefit a potential employer? Some of the key accomplishments that employers look for are:

When deciding which positions to apply for, identify the skills that match the jobs you want and use the titles and skill headings to help create the image of the level you're looking to achieve.

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