When it comes to job history, having a variety of past responsibilities is good. But having a list of achievements and outcomes? That’s even better.
If you can say you increased annual revenue for your company by $300,000 in the last year, include it on your resume. Or, instead of saying you recruited or trained new team members, share how many. Experience training 50 team members will be much more impressive than just one or two.
Using numbers validate your achievements and helps future employers to see the potential value you could add to their company.