Job seekers have been advised for long time to emphasize action verbs/action words/power words in their job-search applications. That action verbs/action words/power words associated with "what you did" are the keywords. In the vast majority of cases, they are nouns but they can be phrases too - like in examples below:
Achieved sales volume to qualify for the __________ (achievement award), an international industry organization award recognizing the top ___% of agents.
Created training materials and conducted various __________ (course title) classes to increase knowledge of sales staff.
Developed a formula and trained more than ______ employees nationwide via interactive video teleconferencing to understand, track, and correctly identify over-payments.
Developed insurance and investment targets based on actuarial data to advise clients on financial plans.
Focused on reputation for quality personal service to increase referrals.
Motivated and mentored sales persons on financial, underwriting, and risk selection to improve customer service.
Opened the lines of communication between offices by spearheading and serving as editor-in-chief for the first monthly newsletter distributed to ____ employees.
Produced materials and delivered training to support renewal of underwriters' licenses.
Received numerous honors, including Employee of the Month, and __________ (award).
Received the second most prestigious award, the Deputy Commissioner's Citation, for the training contribution.
Served as a trainer/mentor for new hires, teaching practical applications and maintaining quality control.
Insurance keywords related industries:
Use your insurance keywords in all your marketing communications, including resumes, CVs, cover letter, interview follow-up letters, executive profiles and more. Carefully integrate them into the text, when and where appropriate. Be sure you are communicating a complete message of who you are and what value and knowledge you bring to the organization.
Remember, these same keywords will be the foundation for your interviews. Not only you need to be able to write about your keywords, but also you must be able to verbally communicate about them as well, in strong and powerful statements that highlight your successes, contributions and achievements.
Check the spelling and grammar of your CV or resume. Use the word processor's spell and grammar checker. If you are not confident of your ability to detect grammatical, punctuation and English or other language usage errors or if you need help in organizing your resume or CV, send it to a professional for assistance.
Remember that your CV/resume must be targeted, scannable and generate hits. If you have a difficulty with your CV writing or resume writing instead of staring at a blank piece of paper, use CV samples, CV templates, resume samples and resume templates or:
- "fill in the blanks" resume writing software
Most recruiters expect to receive a cover letter together with your resume or CV.
So, prepare a cover letter convincing the reader why you are the best candidate for the interview.
If you have a difficulty with your cover letter writing use one of these:
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Good luck with your insurance keywords!