Most people just list their responsibilities, or play buzzword bingo on their resume. Here's you you actually refine it to bypass HR, and go straight to the hiring manager & win them over
I'm a PM whose had to screen DS and DA resumes and I can re-affirm, you want to optimize for someone to give a quick glance, find whats most relevant, and pass long. A couple additional notes from my perspective:
1) For Skills section, I like a resume as well that score the users proficiency. I expect all candidates to have strengths and weakness, so seeing that spread of R vs. Python proficiency helps me optimize for candidates that match our data stack. (For example, we have a python analytics engine we own on the data team.
2) If you have a non-technical degree, I would even consider dropping it. A data scientist highlighting their political science undergrad degree gets called out every-time by my CTO
whenever I flash him some resumes.