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Job Search Checklist #17: Employer Value Statements

Jan 17 2013 in Featured, reCareered Blog, Resumes by Phil Rosenberg

Employer Value Statements show your target employer the impact your accomplishments had on past employers. Learn 4 types of Employer Value Statements and 5 bullets that aren’t Employer Value Statements …

Describing Employer Value: What if you weren’t responsible for generating value?

Oct 10 2012 in Featured, reCareered Blog, Resumes by Phil Rosenberg

Some job seekers face big challenges describing employer value. Learn how you provided employer value, even when you weren’t responsible for delivering value.

Why Undersell Yourself? Think Outside Your Cubicle To Demonstrate Employer Value

Sep 20 2012 in Featured, reCareered Blog, Resumes by Phil Rosenberg

Staff employees often have a tough time thinking beyond their own cubicle (or office) door – to understand how their job provides specific value to their organization. Here are 5 examples of how your job creates value, when you think outside your own cubicle …

5 Examples Of WIFT Vs WIFM

Jun 18 2012 in Featured, reCareered Blog, Resumes by Phil Rosenberg

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You’ve been taught how to write resumes telling readers what you’re most proud of, or WIFM – What’s In it For Me. But employers/recruiters don’t care about what you’re most proud of. Here are 5 examples of WIFM that you can compare to 5 examples of WIFT.

Don’t Focus Your Resume On Your Responsibilities

Apr 9 2012 in Featured, reCareered Blog, Resumes by Phil Rosenberg

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We were taught how to write a resume that focused on our responsibilities. Learn why that doesn’t work in today’s job market, and what employers look for instead of responsibilities …

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