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According to a former Amazon recruiter, job candidates often make a critical mistake when writing their resumes: they include vague statements. These are not beneficial as they don’t highlight specific achievements and should be replaced with quantifiable results. Eugen Hayden, who has worked at companies such as Google and Boston Consulting Group, believes that hiring managers and recruiters are searching for applicants who meet the criteria and are able to reach objectives and determine their personal impact. According to him, the best resume is one that shows how qualified you are for the job you’re applying for by using specific numbers and analytics. Each of these experts agrees that quantifiable accomplishments on a resume is the key to standing out from the competition.