Candidates: How to design your value proposition
Updated: Jun 8, 2018
What's the difference between a responsibility and an achievement?
One outlines what you've been employed to do. The other highlights how you went a step further to produce a result that impacted your employer.
The thing is, lines and lines of responsibilities on a CV aren't that attractive to read. Achievements, on the other hand, will engage your reader.
If you could explain how you solved a problem for a company or how you improved something for them, it's likely you'll create interest.
Interest that will lead to an interview for you.
Here's the why, how and what behind creating a powerful value proposition that will help you strengthen your CV and land interviews.
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