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As job seekers gain experience, the trend is to move from a resume that is in a chronological format to one that is more accomplishment based.
When evaluating your own resume, it is important to remember that LABOR IS A MARKET; employers are the buyers and job seekers are the sellers. Like any consumer, employers are looking to get the most for their money. That does not mean that they are looking for the cheapest labor rather, it is more likely that they are looking for the BEST VALUE.
Your job as a job seeker is to promote your VALUE to a company. The best way to do that is with a results (or achievement or value)-based resume. To help out, we are providing a few links that will help you create your own results-based resume…
RESUMES THAT JUMP: How to Write an Achievements-Based Resume
FORBES: Is a Skills-Based Resume Right for You?
WIKIHOW: How to Make Your Resume ROAR (Results Oriented and Relevant)
FORBES: Five Top Resume Turnoffs
ABOUT/HUMAN RESOURCES: Why This Sample Resume Rocks
Chris Kidd is the owner of StyleCareers.com, the largest, fashion-only job listing site on the Internet. In addition to the fashion industry’s best job board, Chris also owns and manages StylePortfolios.com, StyleDispatch.com, FashionCareerFairs.com, and MayoroftheMall.com.