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185 Power Action Verbs That Will Make Your Resume Awesome

Most resume bullet points start with the same words. Frankly, the same tired old words hiring managers have heard over and over—to the point where they’ve lost a lot of their meaning and don’t do much to show off your accomplishments.

Begin Your Resume With Professional Qualifications

Key to the success of the qualifications summary is a candidate's thorough understanding of how they are positioning themselves in the market, what types of jobs they are applying for, and what their target market is going to be looking for in terms of experiences, skills, credentials, education, etc.

Easy Steps for a Chronological Resume

A chronological resume (sometimes called a reverse-chronological resume) is the most commonly used resume format among job seekers. This style is what most people think of when they hear the word “resume.” It gets its name from the fact that the job seeker lists lists their past jobs in reverse-chronological order in the work experience section.

Easy Steps for a Chronological Resume-TEMPLATE

Use this resume template along with the resume tip sheet for your program to create a dynamic resume that will impress potential employers.

Easy Steps for a Functional Resume

Functional resumes are a proven format across all industries because they can highlight both your key skills and an abbreviated employment history.

Easy Steps for a Functional Resume-Template

Use this resume template along with the resume tip sheet for your program to create a dynamic resume that will impress potential employers.

How to Write a Resume Career Summary

Here's how to create a resume introduction that's packed with your most sought-after skills,
abilities, accomplishments, and attributes.

Showcasing Hard Skills & Soft Skills on Your Resume

Soft skills are essential to your career and as you search for jobs. While hard skills necessary to successfully perform technical tasks in a job, soft skills are necessary to create a positive and functional work environment. For this reason, employers often seek individuals who possess proven soft and hard skills.

Skill Headings and Statements for Your Functional Resume

Deciding which skills to emphasize on a functional resume takes careful thought. This article shows you how to choose the skill headings and create skill statements that will showcase your abilities effectively.

What if I Need a Curriculum Vitae (CV)?

CVs are used by individuals seeking fellowships, grants, postdoctoral positions, and teaching/research positions in postsecondary institutions or high-level research positions in industry.