The 15 Most Powerful Words and Phrases to Apply on Your Resume

Written by Anthony Ranieri

The 15 Most Powerful Words and Phrases to Apply on Your Resume By Anthony Ranieri

Below are a few words to get you started that can be used to commence a phrase when describing your achievements in your resume. They are words employers like because they reflect leadership qualities and solutions based initiatives. Try and think of other words also that may reflect your personal achievements to use in your resume. Negotiated Instrumental Represented Developed Initiated Designed Achieved Introduced Coordinated Managed Contributed Influenced Successfully Ensured Coordinated Power Phrases to Apply to Your Resume Below are some phrases I have used in my resume that can be applied to your own resume reflecting key achievements in your current and past work history. Achievements are important because they reflect what you are capable of professionally and they also demonstrate your potential. Achievements need to be true and credible, so don't just use everyday achievements. Focus on milestones, projects and your own key initiatives that have brought about a benefit or change torepparttar company. Power phrases can be used to describe achievements where you have:

1. Reduced costs of a specific process 2. Completed a major project on time 3. Lead a team of others in achieving a major goal 4. Introduced a personal initiative or idea implemented

Naming Hurricanes

Written by Edward Vella

Have you ever wondered how hurricanes are named ? This is what we intend to find out with research onrepparttar conventions used now and those adopted and discarded throughrepparttar 109426 years of weather watching.

Inrepparttar 109427 old times, hurricanes were given a saint's name, depending upon which saint's feast day didrepparttar 109428 hurricane happen on. Just beforerepparttar 109429 second world war, another system was introduced that named hurricanes with latitude-longitude positions. However, it proved to be a bit of a problem when communicating because people's names were much easier to comprehend and remember.

Surprisingly,repparttar 109430 object that most influenced modern naming conventions isrepparttar 109431 1941 fictional novel by George Stewart called Storm. In fact right after its release, weather stations starting naming hurricanes after women. The book narratesrepparttar 109432 exploit of a storm and its victims during its twelve day course after its touchdown inside California. Atrepparttar 109433 start ofrepparttar 109434 story we meet a meteorologist that has a thing of naming storms after women, which he does because it isrepparttar 109435 only way that helps him to process his job's information. Maria isrepparttar 109436 name that he gives torepparttar 109437 storm in this book.

Ten years after a new proposal started being used which named hurricanes by using a phonetic alphabet (Able, Baker, Charlie) thinking that it would make communications easier, just like with radio. This proved to be also too confusing, so using female names was readopted within two years.

It was in 1978 which finally setrepparttar 109438 naming method as it is tpday, which includes people's names from both genders. The names being used, are designated at international meetings ofrepparttar 109439 World Meteorological Organization. These names have an English, French, Spanish, and Dutch origin since hurricanes hit different regions from aroundrepparttar 109440 globe and are tracked byrepparttar 109441 public and weather services of many countries.

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