Dynamic words to describe your duties

Dynamic words to describe your duties

An employer can receive many C.V.s for just one position. If a C.V. is very packed it will be difficult for an employer to read and in some cases it might not even be read.

You can grab the attention of the employer by using sentences that are to the point rather than long paragraphs.  When you describe your previous duties use action verbs

Action verbs help to create an image of a capable person. These keywords are qualities that companies are looking for in the people they want to hire.

List of action verbs

 Accompanied

Advised

Answered

Arranged

Assisted

Carried out

Cleaned

Compiled

Completed

Dealt with

Delivered

Designed

Demonstrated

Installed

Instructed

Encouraged

Ensured

Established

Handled

Implemented

Liaised

Guided

Corrected

Achieved

Analysed

Delegated

Developed

Directed

Employed

Improved

Managed

Increased

Informed

Launched

Produced

Published

Purchased

Accomplished

Acquired

Devised

Edited

Distributed

Loaded

Repaired

Reported

Responsible for

Served

Supervised

Maintained

Monitored

Operated

Organised

Prepared

Participated in

Planned

Consulted

Created

Measured

Assessed

Reviewed

Observed

Negotiated

Scheduled

Obtained

Estimated

Evaluated

Facilitated

Generated

Tested

Ordered

Presented

Prioritised

Resolved

Recommended

Solved

Trained

Verified

Motivated

Supported

Provided

Typed

 

Use these dynamic verbs at the start of each duty and this will give the employer an impression of a capable, effective and an efficient person.

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