Imagine the number of déjà vu’s the recruiter must be having every day, thanks to a ton of resumes reading the same over and over again. Which is why when certain types of power words are used, that candidate is certain to get more than the usual 6 seconds of attention. You need to select those words which add oomph and pique the recruiter’s excitement and lead to some action.
Let’s understand some situations and the right power words to use in such cases.
You Managed Something
You need to show how inspirational you were or how much of a great deal it meant for you to manage a team, a project, a contract, or a business proposition.
You Have a Thing For Research
You’re a curious cat and your strength is literally being curious and researching about it. Now adding ‘curious’ or ‘curiosity’ would sound narcissistic. Instead, you can opt for the below words.
You Wrote or Communicated Something
If writing and communicating was an essential part of your job, you can use the below words to show how proficient you were at your work!
You Have Achievements to Show
You Created Something
Did you build something from scratch, or create a new method of working which was efficient, or came up with a creative idea? Here are some words you can use instead of ‘created’ or ‘built’.
So, this time around get more creative and switch your regularly used words with the ones above and show off, a little! If you do want more, you can always check the dictionary — it’s your best bet.