Infuse your Resume with Imposing, Powerful Words.

80 power words to use on a resume header

When it comes to standing out with a resume, vocabulary plays a vital role. Once you intensify your vocabulary, writing your resume will be more fluid and educated. Your friends might even ask you to write it for them.

Downloadable PDF – 80 Power Words To Use on a Resume

Here are a list of words to include in your everyday vernacular:

  • Accelerated
  • Administered
  • Appointed
  • Apprised
  • Assessed
  • Attained
  • Bolstered
  • Boosted
  • Budgeted
  • Collaborated

“Accelerated brand awareness by implementing superior marketing strategies”

  • Competent
  • Composed
  • Critiqued
  • Delegated
  • Deliberated
  • Demonstrated
  • Designed
  • Developed
  • Enhanced
  • Enriched

“Deliberated all possible variables before purchasing a product.”

  • Excelled
  • Financed
  • Forecasted
  • Formulated
  • Fulfilled
  • Generated
  • Granted
  • Illustrated
  • Implemented
  • Influenced

“Designed and formulated a engineering systems to optimize procedures.”

  • Initiated
  • Innovated
  • Instituted
  • Instructed
  • Integrated
  • Iterated
  • Investigated
  • Maintained
  • Mentored
  • Multiplied

“Instituted a new purchasing and distribution method to increase
supply chain”

  • Negotiated
  • Observed
  • Obtained
  • Operated
  • Presented
  • Proficient
  • Promoted
  • Programmed
  • Provided
  • Projected

“Projected financial probabilities through graphing past and current
revenues”

  • Qualified
  • Quantified
  • Recommended
  • Recovered
  • Recruit
  • Refine
  • Reinstated
  • Resolved
  • Retained
  • Revamp

“Revamped benefits and compensation package to improve
employee relationship and reduce cost”

  • Salvaged
  • Screened
  • Secured
  • Segmented
  • Supported
  • Sustained
  • Surveyed
  • Simplified
  • Streamlined
  • Strengthened

“Salvaged metal and equipment to reuse for manufacturing.”

  • Translated
  • Trained
  • Triumphed
  • Troubleshot
  • Unified
  • Updated
  • Validated
  • Viewed
  • Worldwide
  • Witnessed

“Unified opposing parties by deliberating outcomes in a civil suite.”

Remember, you don’t have to use all of these words on your resume, but a few will make the difference between typical and extraordinary!

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