Submitted by Locutus33 on
My question covers the accomplishments section of my resume and I am very confused on what to put. How could I not know what my accomplishments are you might say. Well it seems that everybody always seems to have some kind of statistical or metrics data to put on a resume but I don't. I can't say whether I did so and so % of this or that, so all I can say is that I did something to make sure we had to as close as 100% pass rate and stayed below the minimum rejection parts. So how do you write out accomplishments if you don't have the actual numbers? I can list responsibilities all day, but I feel that without knowing my accomplishments I am only wasting energy on writing my resume.
Thanks for any advice you can give me!
I'm going to guess you're a High C, or you wouldn't be so particular about the precise pass rate percentage!
First, I'd be remiss if I didn't admonish you about maintaining your CMD.
Do whatever you can to be as accurate as possible on your metrics. Contact former co-workers to determine if they can help quantify your accomplishments. If you simply can't pin it down to the fifth decimal place, consider estimating, approximating, and rounding down.
Or, if you suspect your pass rate was between 99.99077% and 99.99054% you might say,
Thanks for the advice
Thanks for the advice Michael! :)