Accomplishment statements, also sometimes called descriptive statements or action statements, are your opportunity to highlight your most relevant accomplishments to the position you are seeking. Effective use of language is the key in communicating your talents to employers so state your experience clearly, allowing the reader to understand your value and what you will bring to the position.
When writing an accomplishment statement, these 3 questions should always be answered:
Accomplishment statements should always include an action verb and follow these 4 guidelines:
You can use a mix of “Better” and “Best” throughout the resume. Use the examples below for ideas on how to compose effective accomplishment statements of your own.