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|In this edition of the BigNate.org Career Newsletter:
Your resume is often the first contact you make with a potential employer -- and it can make or break your
chances of getting to the next step in the hiring process. Avoid these common resume mistakes that could
cost you the job.
Failure to Demonstrate Results
The responsibilities of a role or position often can be reasonably implied in its name, says Laurie Berenson,
CMRW and founder of Sterling Career Concepts. But "too often resumes focus on responsibilities when they
can be a lot more compelling if they painted a picture of expectations and results.”
For example, the responsibilities for a Controller or a Director of Sales can pretty much be assumed, she
explains, so the important thing to do is to emphasize how well you performed your job by giving the results
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