Resume Pro Tip #18 (Performance Reviews)
Most the time an annual performance review is thought of as leading to a raise for a job well done or at least meeting your objective and keeping your job. However, an annual performance review can be full of achievements and accomplishment. Most importantly these observations were made by either a current of previous superior. The perspective of a superior on your job performance is GOLD. A hiring manager would love to know that you: crushed your sales goals, or exceeded the department average by 40%, or maybe just that your had perfect attendance/punctuality for the last year. Hiring managers are desperate to find actual facts in resumes that are usually full of fluff and hyperbole, stats like these will be a breath of fresh air.