An IT contractor’s resume must be more than a document that tells a recruiter or future client where you worked and on what kind of projects. Those reading your resume want to know what you have accomplished in your career, what you did in order to succeed, and how you brought value to your clients… all of your actions.
To guarantee you include the most actions in your IT consulting resume, StandOut CV created this infographic of 10 essential verbs you should include in your resume. A good suggestion is to start nearly every bullet point describing your experience with one of these words. This ensures you’re always describing your actions. To make an even bigger difference in your resume, take some time to find powerful synonyms to the words so you don’t bore recruiters with what they may feel are cliché buzz words.