"Your resume might be impressive, but bosses want to know else what you’ve got in store. Focus on the future.
Why It’ll Work: A 2011 Stanford study shows that we’re more excited about people’s potential than their achievements. So if you’re applying for a new job, don’t talk about what you did at your last job. Frame your value in terms of what you’ll do there, in the future. And when you’re angling for a promotion, think about how you’d help the company if you got it."-Career Tips for a Great 2012 | Men's Health:
This is something I harp in quite a bit here. You need to frame yourself as the solution to your target employers problems. Only include info that presents you as the fix. Do not make your resume a professional biography.