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Horrible Words & Phrases Better to Avoid in Your Resume to Get Noticed

By SiliconIndia  |   Tuesday, 22 January 2013, 02:46 Hrs
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Bangalore: As everyone knows, a resume is one of the most important part of a interview process, it will be the candidate’s responsibility to prepare their resume in such a way that it will grasp the recruiters attention in just few seconds and impress them. So, as the recruiters demand a perfect resume from their potential employees, you as a candidate must take care of each and every section in your resume, as all the sections in your resume have its own value that is expected by the present recruiters. Along with the format in which you build the resume, even the words you use in it demand a great attention and carefulness while preparing it and while giving it a final touch. So, as the words you use in your resume demands must be very carefully used, there are few unneeded words that can be avoided from including it in your resume, as these words doesn’t attract the present recruiters anymore.



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So, here are few such words and phrases that is better to avoid from the resume, given by Lindsay Olson of the U.S. News Money website, as she picks it up from the list provided by LinkedIn by examining millions of profiles to figure out which words the professional use the most, and taken from Ragan’s PR Daily website reported by Amber Carucci.



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