Under each job title in a resume, include a dynamic description or your
responsibilities. Its important to remember that your reader has neither
the time nor the inclination to sift through tedious details. Simplicity
is paramount. Four or five short sentences should be the maximum length
for each description. Starting each sentence with a dynamic verb will
grab your readers attention and present you as an action-oriented achiever.
Words like "initiated," "designed" and "directed"
give an authoritative ring of achievement to your resume. Using a dash(-)
or bullet before each sentence makes for easier reading because it breaks
up the solid prose that can make reading seem more tedious.