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以下是關於英文履歷寫作動詞的xyz資訊工坊運用:Action Verbs to Describe Skills, Jobs, and Accomplishments in Employment Documents This resource was written by Purdue OWL.
[/i]Last full revision by H. Allen Brizee, Natasha E. Jarrett, and Katy A. Schmaling .
[/i]Last edited by Allen Brizee on March 21st 2008 at 2:23PM
[/i]Summary: "Action Verbs to Describe Skills, Jobs, and Accomplishments in Employment Documents" is a categorized list of action verbs that can be utilized to explain the daily tasks completed by an individual on the job. In addition to the categorized lists, there are examples with some of the actions verbs being used; and there is also a sample resume provided for further assistance. [/i] [/b]What is an Action Verb?[/b] An action verb expresses achievements or something a person does in a concise, persuasive manner. [/b]Why is it Important to Use Action Verbs in Workplace Writing?[/b] You should use action verbs in workplace writing because they make sentences and statements more concise. Since concise writing is easier for readers to understand, it is more reader-centered. Because reader-centered writing is generally more persuasive, action verbs are more convincing than non-action verbs. The following job description uses a non-action verb: ·Was the boss of a team of six service employees The job description below uses an action verb: ·Supervised a team of six service employees The job description using a non-action verb is less concise. It contains ten words, and it focuses action on a form of the verb "to be" (was). The job description using an action verb is more concise. It contains seven words, and it focuses action on an action verb (supervised). Because concise writing is easier for readers to understand, the job description using an action verb is more powerful and is more persuasive. Use action verbs in resumes to describe all skills, jobs, or accomplishments. Using action verbs will allow you to highlight the tasks you can do. Word choice is critical in order to describe what you have done and to persuade potential employers to give you an interview. In order to make a striking first impression, use action verbs as the first word of each bullet point to emphasize job descriptions in your resume. 每點的DVD類程式第一個詞都要用主動態動詞 The following list is an example of action verbs in resume job descriptions: ·Accelerated introduction of a new technology, which increased productivity by 15% ·Organized consumer databases to efficiently track product orders ·Supervised a team of six service employees. The next section of this handout contains a categorized list of action verbs and examples to make concise and persuasive sentences, job descriptions, and/or lists of skills and accomplishments. In addition, you may view a sample resume using several action verbs in the Work Experience Section to see how these verbs work in employment documents. Categorized List of Action Verbs[/b] This categorized list contains only a few action verbs you can use to compose concise, persuasive, reader-centered (這就是我們文書寫作的0911更新三個核心要點)resumes, cover letters, or other types of workplace documents. The examples are illustrations that overview the uses of action verbs in professional writing. Communication Skills[/b] ·Negotiated price reductions of up to 30% with key suppliers ·Interpreted financial information from the company’s annual report ·Translated all relevant company information into three different languages Other words: Advocated, Clarified, Corresponded, Encouraged, Interpreted, Negotiated, Persuaded, Presented, Publicized, Solicited, Spoke, Translated Creative Skills[/b] ·Created an interior design layout for a 500 square foot retail venue ·Introduced a new method of navigating through the A Software Program ·Presented a new research project to the managers at the location Other words: Acted, Applied, Composed, Created, Established, Founded, Improvised, Introduced, Navigated, Originated, Presented Data / Financial Skills[/b] ·Computed and recorded inventory valuation on a monthly basis ·Documented inventory counts at the end of each working day ·Verified the amount owed to the creditor in the Accounts Payable account Other words: Adjusted, Allocated, Budgeted, Compared, Computed, Counted, Documented, Estimated, Forecasted, Inventoried, Invested, Predicted, Projected, Quantified, Recorded, Retrieved, Verified Helping Skills[/b] ·Assisted customers with choosing appropriate products ·Trained new employees in the plant through demonstration techniques ·Volunteered in the nursing home every weekend to serve the community Other words: Aided, Assisted, Built, Demonstrated, Facilitated, Familiarized, Helped, Performed, Represented, Solved, Supported, Trained, Upheld, Volunteered, Worked Management / Leadership Skills[/b] ·Administered a variety of surveys to collect data about the employees ·Implemented a safety communication program to promote safety awareness ·Recommended an alternative solution to one of the company's problems Other words: Achieved, Administered, Assigned, Attained, Challenged, Coordinated, Decided, Delegated, Established, Executed, Handled, Headed, Implemented, Incorporated, Intervened, Launched, Led, Managed, Mediated, Motivated, Organized, Oversaw, Planned, Prioritized, Recommended, Scheduled, Supervised, United Efficiency Skills[/b] ·Eliminated unnecessary cost of each unit of production ·Maximized profits by 15% during the month of July ·Heightened the level of employee moral through program incentives Other words: Accelerated, Allocated, Boosted, Centralized, Downsized, Edited, Eliminated, Enhanced, Expanded, Expedited, Heightened, Lessened, Leveraged, Maximized, Merged, Optimized, Outlined, Outsourced, Prevented, Prioritized, Reorganized, Reduced, Revised, Simplified, Standardized, Stream-lined, Synthesized, Systematized, Upgraded Research Skills[/b] ·Examined a new mechanism that may reduce sickness on the campus ·Identified a major defect in a microscopic organism last month ·Surveyed a group of Purdue students with regard to Product A Other words: Analyzed, Collected, Compared, Controlled, Detected, Diagnosed, Evaluated, Examined, Gathered, Identified, Investigated, Located, Measured, Organized, Reported, Replicated, Researched, Reviewed, Searched, Surveyed, Wrote Teaching Skills[/b] ·Defined a new product strategy and discussed how it would be implemented ·Instructed Department B on how to reduce inventory and raise net sales ·Prepared a tutorial manual for an English class last semester Other words: Aided, Advised, Clarified, Communicated, Defined, Developed, Encouraged, Evaluated, Facilitated, Fostered, Guided, Helped, Incorporated, Informed, Initiated, Instructed, Lectured, Prepared, Supported, Supervised, Stimulated, Taught Technical Skills[/b] ·Assembled an entire computer programming simulation for my CPT course ·Designed a new form of Widget C for a manufacturing facility ·Programmed three new computer programs tailored for a network system Other words: Analyzed, Assembled, Built, Calculated, Computed, Conducted, Designed, Devised, Engineered, Maintained, Operated, Programmed, Reengineered, Remodeled, Transmitted Sources/References:Rosalie Maggio, How to Say It, Webster's Thesaurus.[/i]

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