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The "Achievements" section on my CV is a subsection of the "Education" section. That would make sense if it were for academic achievements like Latin honors. The "help" note on the side, though, suggests you

Brag about your GPA, your SAT scores, being Employee of the Month at the car wash: whatever you got.

If this section is meant for academic achievement, where do other ones go? And why does the note indicate otherwise?

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I am ok with an Achievements section for Education, but would like to see an Achievements section, in addition to Responsibilities, for each subsequent Experience block in the CV.

I feel like I really started to get things done when I had a real job and that stuff doesn't really belong in Responsibilities.

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