The 75 Most Powerful Words To Use In Your Resume

Given the vast array of conflicting information that I discovered last night I thought that it would be a good idea to provide my readers with a few tools regarding drafting their own resumes.

So today’s post is going to be on Powerful Words To Implement and Incorporate into your resume.

So without further wait here are the Top 75 most powerful words to use when drafting (or restructuring) your resume.

  1. Accelerated
  2. Accomplished
  3. Achieved
  4. Assembled
  5. Budgeted
  6. Built
  7. Compliled
  8. Completed
  9. Consolidated
  10. Converted
  11. Coordinated
  12. Created
  13. Cut
  14. Decreased
  15. Delivered
  16. Designed
  17. Developed
  18. Directed
  19. Doubled
  20. Earned
  21. Edited
  22. Eliminated
  23. Enhanced
  24. Generated
  25. Imfluenced
  26. Implemented
  27. Improved
  28. Increased
  29. Initiated
  30. Installed
  31. Introduced
  32. Launched
  33. Led
  34. Managed
  35. Maximized
  36. Motivated
  37. Negotiated
  38. Operated
  39. Organized
  40. Originated
  41. Performed
  42. Planned
  43. Prepared
  44. Produced
  45. Promoted
  46. Provided
  47. Published
  48. Purchased
  49. Reconciled
  50. Recorded
  51. Redesigned
  52. Reduced
  53. Reorganized
  54. Researched
  55. Resolved
  56. Revised
  57. Scheduled
  58. Simplified
  59. Solved
  60. Staffed
  61. Started
  62. Streamlined
  63. Strengthened
  64. Succeeded
  65. Supervised
  66. Traced
  67. Tracked
  68. Trained
  69. Trimmed
  70. Trippled
  71. Uncovered
  72. Unified
  73. Volunteered
  74. Won
  75. Wrote

My hope is that you’ll take this list of words and utilize them to your benefit.  As I said last night when I discovered the amount of conflicting information that is out there it’s no wonder why so many people have remained unemployed for so long.  No one knows what information to believe therefore they are trying 1 thing or many only to get left in the cold, and the longer it continues, the more helpless I’m sure that people have felt, and for that I truly do want to say I’m sorry.

If you have any topics that you would like me to discuss in this series please feel free to contact me and request a topic.  I always look forward to hearing from my readers.

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