So, I've never had trouble writing a resume entry until now. I just started my first "real" job a few weeks ago with a real estate management company. We manage and maintain strip malls throughout the country. I don't have an official job title, I think, so I'll call "financial analyst," though I sit in accounting. My background is in economics, and my primary work is doing bank reconciliations for the properties we own. Not a dream job by far, but definitely better than no job, and at least it's real world experience. The company is family-run, and business seems to be going well - they've been around for decades, and manage over 80 properties.
Anyway, I'm continuing my job search, because my dream gig is still IB (surprise!) However, I want to update my resume with this job, and am not really sure what to put. I want to spin the "saving company money" angle (reduced losses by X%) , but I'm not sure what exactly to say, because I have no idea what I'm saving on average. Moreover, I don't want it to sound too much like back office work - though I realize that's what it is. Any ideas on a good approach? I've never had trouble writing one of these before.