How To Write Killer Resumes & Get The Job You Want!
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How To Put Your Best Foot Forward

The job of the employer is to pour through hundreds of resumes each and every day. They have a well-trained eye for scanning and for identifying the candidates that interest them most. All the same, they must read through all kinds of really boring information.

Some resumes read like a long list of data that is anything but remarkable. Your resume, however, will not read like that. Your resume will be formatted to give your prospective employer your most meaningful and interesting information first and then all of the pertinent, less exciting information, after.

Your resume will pack a punch to begin with and then boldly assert your best qualities and talents. Finally, you will back up your assertions by proving you know your stuff. You will show how qualified you are for the job based on your work experience.

 

Writing Your Resume With Power Words
That Show You Get RESULTS

Use These Resume Power Words with Confidence

A

accomplished           advertised           arranged
achieved                  advised               assembled
acquired                  analyzed             assisted
adapted                   appraised            audited
adjusted                  approved             augmented
administered            arbitrated            authored

B

budgeted            built


C

calculated            conceived            coordinated
catalogued           conceptualized    copyrighted
charted                conducted           corrected
closed (a deal)     consolidated        corresponded
coached              constructed         counseled
compared            consulted            created
compiled             contacted            cultivated
completed           controlled
composed           convinced

D

debugged            detected            discovered
decreased           determined        dispatched
delegated            developed          distributed
delivered             devised              documented
designated          diagnosed
designed            directed

E

edited            enhanced            examined
elicited           enlarged             exceeded
eliminated      established         executed
empowered    estimated           expanded
engineered     evaluated           explained

F

fired            flagged            formulated
founded

G

gathered            generated            guided

H

headed            hired


I

identified           initiated            interpreted
ignited              innovated          interviewed
implemented     inspected         invented
improved           installed           inventoried
increased         instituted
influenced         instructed

J

justified

L

lectured            lobbied            logged
led

M

maintained            mediated            motivated
managed              modified
manufactured        monitored

N

negotiated

O

obtained            ordered            overhauled
operated            organized

P

patented            prepared            programmed
performed          presented           promoted
persuaded         presided             proposed
placed               processed          provided
planned             produced            purchased
posted              proficient

Q

quantified            qualified

R

recognized            reorganized            researched
recommended       repaired                  restored
reconciled             replaced                 reviewed
reduced                reported                  revised
referred                 represented
regulated              rescued

S

scheduled            sold               suggested
screened             solved            supervised
selected              steered          supplied
served                 streamlined    systematized
simplified             studied

T

taught            tracked            transcribed
tested            trained             translated
traced

U

updated            utilized

V

vended

W

won            wrote

 

As a practice exercise, take your old resume, and at random, look for places to insert good power words. Watch how quickly your old resume will be transformed!

Make good use of adjectives when writing your resume.

Remember, an adjective describes. When writing your resume, you want to be able to describe all that is important to you and your accomplishments.

Write with description and your resume will be more interesting.

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