Do you need “Accomplishments” on your Resume?

Your resume is how employers first meet you…before they actually decide to have a conversation via email or telephone. Is your resume truly doing you any justice or causing you to get tossed in the throw away pile EVERY TIME?

In a previous video, I talked about how the “Summary of Qualifications” replaced the objective section on a resume. You can watch that video..here’s link here…

You will also need to add what you have accomplished in your previous job opportunities to show how you applied the knowledge, skills and expertise to achieve positive or desired results. Your future employer needs to know you can create those positive or desired results for them as well, so showcasing your accomplishments communicate it to them directly. The accomplishments are helping to market you better than other candidates that only communicate their skills, knowledge base and credentials.

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Successful Careers – No College Degree Required (Part 4)

In the fourth part of the Successful Careers without a College Degree, we discuss the diverse career paths venturing into the transportation industry.

In these career paths, you are helping businesses and private sectors transport a wide range of products, foods, people…you name it, it can be transported.

There are self-employment, employment and entrepreneurship careers available.

I want to refer to @JTHustlez and his book that talks about becoming an Independent Courier. Go check this resource here, if you’re serious!

If you are looking to get more involved in the transportation industry careers, but don’t know where to start, check out my resource to get your transportation career out of park and into DRIVE!

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