>>1083293 When I am reviewing CVs if it's full of crap like "negotiated multiple trade union.." "successfully managed" "zero incidents or infractions" "championed" I basically give up. This person is promoting so hard it's painful, and it implies that they are compensating for something. Sure, putting in a few of those things is okay, but it shouldn't be your whole fucking resume. Describe your concrete duties and skills gained, and if you have strong experience then it will speak for itself. You shouldn't have to cram it down our throats.
>>1083326 It's more about the language surrounding how you describe it. You come across as a typical business school graduate trying to self-promote. My favourite thing I've seen on a resume is "top 2% of more than 2000 entrants in internationally acclaimed trading competition". Yours reads a little like that. If those are your duties, sure. But my point is that you want them to naturally go "shit, this guy actually has impressive credentials". If they're having to go "well I guess I will believe him that his credentials are impressive" then you've already lost. It's a subtle difference, but matters a lot
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