Do not mention your job responsibilities under this section, they don't fall under the category of achievements.  

Achievements are things you did and which had a lasting impact for your company or client. It is a result that you personally bring about while fulfilling your roles and responsibilities. 

Your achievements are unique to your experience and tells the employer that you can deliver. 

Do not add any National/State level awards received as we have a seperate section for that.
  • More than reading, employers scan resumes. You must be concrete and quantify your accomplishments
  • It is important that you take some time to think about your accomplishments in previous jobs
  • The most convincing accomplishments are measurable. Employers like numbers. If possible use measurable outcome
  • Accomplishments can be sales made, processes improved, awards received, projects completed, money saved
  • Emphasize your accomplishments more than your responsibilities. Hence keep your duty summaries concise and focus on your unique accomplishments
  • If possible, choose one particular example for every position you've hold and explain how you contributed to the company achieving
  • Avoid exaggerations, irrelevancies
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