Words. As you know, words are used to communicate in a thousand different languages. The English word list below has been re-typed to assist you in your word search.
As a long-time published author, I prefer to keep my characters active. To me, action along with colorful descriptions for visualization and the use of all human senses, will engage any reader and compliment your written – and even spoken works – especially if you’re creating a resume!
With that said, I hope this following alphabetized list will help you in your writing(s):
Accelerated Adapted Administered Analyzed Approved Coordinated Conceived Conducted Completed Conducted Completed Controlled Created Delegated Developed Demonstrated Directed Effected Eliminated Evaluated Expanded Expected Facilitated Forwarded Generated Investigated Influenced Implemented Instructed Interpreted Improved Initiated Launched Led Lectured Maintained Managed Monitored Motivated Operated Organized Originated Participated Performed Planned Presented Pinpointed Prepared Produced Programmed Proposed Processed Proved Provided Recommended Reduced Reinforced Reorganized Reported Revamped Revised Reused Scheduled Set up Solved Sorted Streamlined Structured Studied Supervised Supported Surveyed Taught Wrote
Sure, there are more! However, I have found these particular words to be especially helpful when writing a resume. “A resume should verbally show you are a ‘doer.’ In describing your work experience and extracurricular activities, use words such as these to persuasively present your qualifications and background to prospective employers.” Anonymous.
I hope you find the same and good luck in all your endeavors!