English Vocabulary to Describe Your Strengths

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Knowing what your strengths are will help you go into a job interview with confidence and self – awareness . Here are some great English vocabulary words, mainly in the form of adjectives to use when talking about what your professional strengths are.

For Job Interviews :

HonestAssertiveAttentive
DirectOpen – MindedDedicated
InvolvedDynamicEmpathetic
PersistentMaturePractical
MotivatedObjectiveTenacious
SociableFriendlyVivacious
ReliableEfficient Respectful
ResponsibleCreativeConfident
Team memberTrustworthyOrganized
UniqueEnergeticPunctual
InnovativeImaginativeConsistant

For a CV/ Resume

FairExperiencedThoughtful
ActivePracticalProactive
ProductiveProfessionalMeticulous
ReactiveBalancedAchiever
KnowledgeableLeaderDiplomatic
LogicalInitiatorOriginal
OutgoingFocusedPatient
Resilient PositiveConsistent
CompassionateSuccessfulIndependent
PreciseMediatorEducated
Ambitious PositiveResponsive
ResponsibleEthicalCooperative

English grammar structure:

Verb to be + adjective + preposition +adjective + nouns

I am or I’m cooperative with fellow team members.

Verb to be + adjective + question word + pronoun + verb + noun

I am ambitious when it comes to my career and getting things done.

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