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Power words are effective in communicating the degree of responsibility one has handled and to illustrate one’s ability and accomplishments. These are often the appropriate words to use and should be in the curriculum vitae and in the interview when describing your duties and achievements.


Accelerated
Accomplished
Accurately
Actively
Adapted
Administered
Advised
Analysed
Appraised
Approved
Arbitrated
Arranged
Assessed
Assisted
Attained
Audited
Briefed
Built
Calculated
Charted
Clarified
Coached
Collaborated
Collected
Completed
Composed
Conducted
Consistently
Consolidated
Constructed
Constructively
Contributed
Controlled
Coordinated
Corresponded
Counselled
Created
Critiqued
Defined
Delegated
Delivered
Demonstrated
Designed
Detected
Determined
Developed
Devised
Diagnosed
Directed
Discovered
Dispensed
Disproved
Distributed
Drew up
Economically
Edited
Effected
Effectively
Eliminated
Encouraged
Enforced
Enlarged
Equipped
Established
Evaluated
Examined
Executed
Expanded
Expedited
Experienced
Expertly
Facilitated
Fashioned
Financed
Forecasted
Formed
Formulated
Founded
Generated
Guided
Helped
Hired
Identified
Implemented
Improved
Increased
Influenced
Initiated
Inspected
Inspired
Installed
Instituted
Interpreted
Interviewed
Invented
Judged
Launched
Lead
Learned
Lectured
Logged
Maintained
Managed
Marketed
Mediated
Monitored
Motivated
Navigated
Obtained
Operated
Originated
Outlined
Performed
Persuaded
Planned
Positioned
Prioritised
Processed
Projected
Proposed
Published
Purchased
Received
Recommended
Reduced
Referred
Represented
Researched
Responsibility
Restored
Revised
Routed
Served
Set up
Skillfully
Sold
Stimulated
Strategy
Studied
Substantially
Supervised
Supplied
Taught
Tested
Translated
Utilised
Volunteered
Wrote




You must remember that the best-qualified person does not necessarily get the job. It is one who presents himself / herself confidently, speaks well and sells himself / herself at the interview. And this can be despite the fact that others may have better qualifications and more experience. The person who makes the interviewer believes that he has that extra magic and that the company cannot afford not to have him / her, is the one who will get the job. The extra magic is really preparation. Successful persons will tell you that to succeed there is no substitute for hard work. Similarly for a good interview there is no substitute for preparation.


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