According to an interview with CNBC Make It, a former Amazon recruiter believes that job candidates often make a critical mistake when writing their resumes. Instead of including vague statements, she recommends using quantifiable results to highlight specific achievements. Eugen Hayden, who has worked at companies such as Google and Boston Consulting Group, shares this viewpoint. He believes that hiring managers and recruiters are searching for applicants who can meet the criteria and achieve objectives, and determine their personal impact. The best resume, he argues, is one that demonstrates how qualified you are for the job you’re applying for by showcasing your accomplishments in a clear and concise manner.