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All the bullet points in your resume starts with similar words. The hiring manager is bored of that. Let's be creative and add some strong, compeling action verbs that will make your resume outstanding.
See which one of the following matches with yoru condition and then use a powerful word.
If you were in charge of a project or initiative from start to finish, skip “led” and instead try-
And if you actually developed, created, or introduced that project into your company? Try:
Hiring managers love candidates who’ve helped a team operate more efficiently or cost-effectively. To show just how much you saved, try:
Along similar lines, if you can show that your work boosted the company’s numbers in some way, you’re bound to impress. In these cases, consider:
So, you brought your department’s invoicing system out of the Stone Age and onto the interwebs? Talk about the amazing changes you made at your office with these words:
Instead of reciting your management duties, like “Led a team…” or “Managed employees…” show what an inspirational leader you were, with terms like:
Were you “responsible for” a great new partner, sponsor, or source of funding? Try:
Because manning the phones or answering questions really means you’re advising customers and meeting their needs, use:
Did your job include research, analysis, or fact-finding? Mix up your verbiage with these words:
Was writing, speaking, lobbying, or otherwise communicating part of your gig? You can explain just how compelling you were with words like:
Whether you enforced protocol or managed your department’s requests, describe what you really did, better, with these words:
Did you hit your goals? Win a coveted department award? Don’t forget to include that on your resume, with words like:
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