It’s not exactly E=mc². But for would-be job hunters, it’s probably a lot more useful. In a Q&A-style interview with Google’s senior vice president of people operations Laszlo Bock, The New York Times’s Tom Friedman fished a few seriously helpful words of wisdom out of the search giant’s human resources chief. This one is perhaps the most concrete. How do you write a good resume? The key, Bock said, is to frame your strengths as: I accomplished X, relative to Y, by doing Z. Most people would write a resume like this: “Wrote editorials for The New York Times.” Better would be to say: “Had 50 op-eds published compared…

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Google just revealed the incredibly simple formula for killer résumés – Quartz

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