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Google's former HR boss says this is the key to a perfect résumé

You've checked (and double- and triple-checked) your résumé for typos. You made sure it's clearly organized, provides a relevant job history, and highlights your soft skills. And yet you're still not hearing back from the dozens of job postings to which you've applied. The likely problem: Your accomplishments fail to stand out because you haven't provided a concrete measure of your previous work, Laszlo Bock, former senior vice president of People Operations at Google, wrote in a 2014 LinkedIn post.
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