In an interview with CNBC Make It, a former Amazon recruiter emphasized the importance of avoiding vague statements in resumes. According to her, including specific achievements and quantifiable results is crucial as it highlights your skills and abilities. Eugen Hayden, who has worked at companies such as Google and Boston Consulting Group, agrees that hiring managers and recruiters are looking for candidates who can meet the criteria and achieve objectives. He believes that the most effective resume is one that demonstrates your qualifications for the job you’re applying for. Both experts agree that highlighting quantifiable accomplishments on a resume is key to standing out from the competition.