Your accomplishments should stand out!
1. Each job on your resume should have a brief paragraph that describes your responsibilities. The bullets should be reserved for key accomplishments, major projects, awards, results, etc.
2. Resist the temptation to stick your accomplishments at the end of your resume where they will be an afterthought. Most people never even make it to the 2nd half of the resume before deciding whether they want to screen you as a candidate.
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