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Key Words

There are many ways to express yourself even when you are writing something professionally. There are many different ways that you can express yourself and you want to make sure that the words that you are using are the ones that are correct. When writing a cover letter or a resume there maybe some key words that you want to include. I have curated a list before of some words that you might want to include when applying for a job.

· WSIB Forms/Claims · Accounts receivable/payable · Advertising/Marketing · Attention to detail/Accurate · Excellent time management · Quick learner · Organized/strong organizational skills · Reliable/reliability · Responsible · Dependable · Efficient/efficiency · Client focused · Flexible · Hard worker/Hard Working · Can meet deadlines/can meet tight deadlines · Positive attitude · Excellent oral and written communication · Professional correspondence · Experience with website design · Inventory control · Experience doing inventory · Recipe analytics · Orientation · Data entry · Transcription · Professional correspondence · Handle all mail & couriers · Record management · Adaptability · Analytical · Collaborative · Integrity · Positive Attitude · Time management · Team Player · Independent worker · Dependability/dependable · Efficient interpersonal skills · Excellent written communication · Nurture/foster strong relationships · Work independently as well as on a team · Customer service oriented · Detailed oriented · Fast paced environment · Ability to prioritize · Multitask · Applications Ø Zoom Ø MailChimp Ø QuickBooks Ø WordPress Ø Microsoft Office Ø Wix Ø Windows Ø Mac Ø Dos Ø SMS Ø Adobe InDeisgn Ø Premiere Pro Ø Adobe Acrobat · Certifications Ø Health & Safety Ø CPR/First Aid Ø Lifeguard Ø Food Safety Ø LLQP (Life Licence Qualification Program) Ø Real Estate License Ø Diplomas or degrees Ø CSC (Canadian Securities Courses) Ø CPH (Conduct and Practices Handbook Courses) Ø IRT (Investment Representative Training Program) Ø CDR (Canadian Depositary Receipts) Ø ALD (Assistive Listening Device) Ø RAIC (Royal Architectural Institute of Canada)

These are just suggestions that might not work for you, but I have found that have worked for me in the past. Of course, there are many different words and language that you can use to best describe yourself and let me know which works for you. There are also different certifications that you can get to help you look more attractive to an employer.

However, you descried to describe yourself, just know that it is always good to change things up every once and a while.


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