I think many of the suggestions slightly miss the "strength" of the beautifully precise German word aussagekräftig
. From Aussagekraft
, it specifically stresses the strength
, the power
, the informative weight
of a declaration, document or statement.
So more than just a relevant, distinctive or concise resume, what is being asked for is a resume that has the power to convince the reader of the applicant's suitability for the job.
Conciseness and relevance are expected in any properly written resume. But these qualities do not make the resume convincing –or not– for a specific job description.
Although significant can specifically mean aussagekräftg, significant is often used more broadly, meaning simply bedeutsam or beträchtlich. I'd say that aussagekräftig actually means factually rich and persuasive. The following phraseology is commen when asking for a resume with content powerful enough to convince an employer...
Please send us your job application documents along with a strong resume.