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
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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