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When making a resume many of us were told to be truthful, but make it standout. One way to make it stand out is by the choice of words you use. So how do you know if the word you chose is good or not?
CareerBuilder conducted a survey which asked hiring managers which commonly-used terms were good and which were bad. Here’s what they found:
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While making a resume, the most important thing to remember is to keep it as human as possible. Use words that describe you best but do not boast.