When you're trying to score a job, every detail matters. One crucial element that applicants often overlook: providing specific, quantifiable metrics that demonstrate what you have achieved in previous roles.
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Career coach Tina Nicolai points out to Business Insider that including precise numbers can make a big difference:
Employers need numbers to be able to fully evaluate the scope of your bandwidth. No position is exempt from measuring results. And metrics help employers determine if a person is capable of leading a team, managing clients, or growing the business.
So don't just write that you improved the speed with which development projects were delivered: include an exact percentage for how much the improvement was -- and be prepared to justify that number if it comes up in an interview.
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6 Things You Should Always Include On Your Résumé [Business Insider]