Instead of using general verbs, like “completed” or “did”, use strong and specific action verbs. Here are 20 powerful keywords to enhance your resume and show recruiters that you get things done!
11. Set Goals
It’s important to note that none of these potent action verbs should be used too often. Choose the ones that fit best the description of what you have actually done. Make sure each time you use one, it is followed by a detailed example of a notable achievement.
Meet our Author!
By Patrick Murphy | Team Lead – Global Professional Recruiting POC
I have been with Sutherland since September 2013. Prior to that I worked in Agency Recruiting. I was born in England, and moved to the US in 1998. I attended SUNY Brockport and graduated with a bachelors in Business. Two qualities I prefer in leaders (and that I try to emulate myself) are candor and a clear sense of direction.