5 Things You Forgot To Add To Your Resume

When you’re trying to keep your resume as concise as possible, you might forget about including valuable information that might help you land a job. If you’ve been on the job hunt for some time and haven’t had the results you’ve hoped for, consider adding the following to your resume:

Summary Statement

If you still have an objective statement on your resume, it’s time to remove it and replace it with a summary. Adding a summary to the top of your resume is a great place to highlight why you’re the right candidate for the job you’ve applied for. Use this prime real estate and provide a brief one to two sentences on what you can bring to the table.

Notable Achievements

Notable achievements, such as how you’ve distinguished yourself in your career can often help set you apart from other candidates. If you’ve received any industry awards, been a guest speaker at an event, or you’ve been featured in the media – don’t be afraid to highlight these accomplishments. Make room for your achievements on the first half of your resume so it doesn’t get overlooked, try right above your related work experience.

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