Get a better job: Power Verbs for Resume Writing



Need to find a job? Writing a resume? Then you need to know about power verbs. These verbs will improve your resume and make you appear more professional. In this lesson, You will learn what power verbs are and how we use them in resumes. You will also see many examples of common power verbs, and I’ll give you some of my best tips on resume writing in general. I will also teach you about weaker verbs like “did” and “make”, which should often be avoided on resumes. After watching this video, you can take my quiz on power verbs and check out our helpful power verb resource page, which lists many common power verbs for different jobs. Good luck with your job hunt!

CHECK THE RESOURCE PAGE WITH LOTS OF POWER VERBS YOU CAN USE: https://www.engvid.com/english-resource/power-verbs-in-english/

TAKE THE QUIZ: https://www.engvid.com/power-verbs-resume-writing/

TRANSCRIPT: Coming soon!

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44 thoughts on “Get a better job: Power Verbs for Resume Writing

  1. Ms. Emma, is the pronunciation of 'resume' totally correct or not in this course? or is it different fromย British English or American English you taught?

  2. Hi Emma, great lesson. Regarding the current job duties, what is the best tense form? present tense or ing form. For example- 1. prepare cost estimates 2. Prepares cost estimates 3. Preparing cost estimates

  3. * Not trying to be "that guy".
    I promise.
    Your time, energy, and insight is most appreciated.
    (but…
    the list for alternatives to 'MADE', I noticed 'ESTABLISHED' was misspelled.)
    Gr8 video all the way 'round :โ€ข)

  4. Hi Emma. Unbelievable teaching and really helpful to write resume. Actually how can write is more powerful and which is more acceptible always thinking about that.
    Awesome thanks my teacher.

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