📋 Quantifiable achievements

It’s important to understand that recruiters and hiring managers are often looking for concrete evidence of your accomplishments in previous roles. Quantifying your achievements means providing specific, numerical data to illustrate the impact you’ve made. Here’s how you can effectively do this: Use Numbers and Metrics: Quantify your impact with data, e.g., “Reduced website load times by 40% through optimised code.” Project Successes: Highlight successful projects, e.g., “Led a team of 5 to develop a new application, delivered 3 weeks ahead of schedule....

December 14, 2023 · 2 min · 241 words

📺 Thomas Sowell on Feminism and Racialism

If we want to see women pay more equal to men, what we need to do is convince more women to go into areas such as the sciences, and the mathematics and engineering, and we need to convince men to take more responsibility for children in the house. When those begin to even out, we’ll see wages begin to even out as well. See also Thomas Sowell address these exact same concerns back in the 70s

December 25, 2013 · 1 min · 76 words

🔗 If You Don’t Design Your Career, Someone Else Will | LinkedIn

If You Don’t Design Your Career, Someone Else Will | LinkedIn Step 1: Review the year, month by month. Step 2: Ask, “What is the news?” Look over your list and reflect on what is really going on. Step 3: Ask “What would I do in my career if I could do anything?” Step 4: Go back and spend a bit more time on Step 3. Step 5: Write down six objectives for next year and place them in priority order....

January 2, 2013 · 1 min · 109 words