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Multiline achievements are not only less pleasing on the eye, but they adversely affect legibility, presentation and all-important first impressions

Presenting Your Achievements More Effectively

Most people (and most CV companies) spread achievements over multiple lines.
The main reason for this is that it is quicker and easier to write without any space constraints.

One of the reasons why we are so much in demand is our rare (highly specialist) ability to proactively and powerfully refine cluttered achievements down to neat single line bullets while actually strengthening your message.

It’s far easier said than done, but we do it better than anyone else.

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