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Resume Writing withthe Free OnlineResume Dictionary TheSmart Way to WriteYour Resume
Welcome! The Resume Dictionary is simple to use. Power resume writing in three easy steps.On the left side of the page, ...
1. Determine the skills the employer is seekingReview the job description, posting, or ad for the skills the employers i...
For example:Does the company want a candidate who demonstrates leadership abilities?How about a candidate with excellen...
2. Inventory your skills and choose the Power WordsTake an inventory of your skills and abilities. Use the resume skills...
Choose those words that suit your background best. Maybe you composed a musical piece for a Broadway show. Maybe you desi...
3. Use the Power Words for Your Resume and Cover LetterWhen you look up a word you will see power words defined, demonst...
To write statements of your own, use the examples in the entry as models. As the examples show, your statement should lea...
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Welcome! The Resume Dictionary is simple to use. Power resume writing in three easy steps. On the left side of the page, you will see a list of skills and abilities. Select a category that matches your purpose.

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  1. 1. Resume Writing withthe Free OnlineResume Dictionary TheSmart Way to WriteYour Resume
  2. 2. Welcome! The Resume Dictionary is simple to use. Power resume writing in three easy steps.On the left side of the page, you will see a list of skills and abilities. Select a category that matches your purpose.
  3. 3. 1. Determine the skills the employer is seekingReview the job description, posting, or ad for the skills the employers is seeking and also think about the skills the employer might look for.
  4. 4. For example:Does the company want a candidate who demonstrates leadership abilities?How about a candidate with excellent technical skills?The job description usually describes the skills desired for the position. You want to know how to write a resume focused on the employer and the job opening.
  5. 5. 2. Inventory your skills and choose the Power WordsTake an inventory of your skills and abilities. Use the resume skills list and be sure to consider your unconventional resume skills from outside the job.Click on the related category on the left side of this page to view a list of power words. In the Creative Skills category, for example, you will see words like compose, design and construct.
  6. 6. Choose those words that suit your background best. Maybe you composed a musical piece for a Broadway show. Maybe you designed a new building. Whatever your background, Resume Dictionary has the perfect power words for you.See how to review your past jobs and turn your work experience into resume experience that turns employers on.
  7. 7. 3. Use the Power Words for Your Resume and Cover LetterWhen you look up a word you will see power words defined, demonstrated in formula, associated with synonyms and other power terms, and shown in resume example statements and language. Use the detailed entry with instructions on how to use the word properly.
  8. 8. To write statements of your own, use the examples in the entry as models. As the examples show, your statement should lead to the “conclusion” that you want your potential employer to draw about you. To use a slightly different word, check out the synonyms listed in each entry.Determine your resume objectives here:http://www.resumedictionary.com/
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