Looking for some positive words to describe someone great, namely yourself? Here's a long list for you.
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The list is divided into sections, just like your resume, to group the related headers together for easy reference.
And all of these really happened. Don't miss the Top 10 at the bottom. Enjoy! From CareerBuilder.ca's study via Mainstreet.com: 1. Resume delivered in a balloon 2. A four-page resume detailing every position and volunteer job a person has ever had since he was 12 3. Each line had one bold word that formed a "hidden" message about how great the applicant would be for the position 4. [The resume was] Scrawled in pencil on butcher's paper 5. Listed "Have flown on a corporate jet" as a notable achievement 6. A resume etched into a wooden cutting board 7. Many small teddy bears and daisies adorned the edges of the pink paper (used for the resume) 8. Listed "Worked with my dad building things. Worked with my mum cleaning the house," as past experience