Changing words and phrases to get your resume right is a good practice. It makes your resume more readable and engaging for a recruiter.
That’s why in this article, we will 16 prepare synonyms that you can use on your resume.
Generally, we can add Prepare to the following sections of your resume: You can add a “prepare” synonym to your resume’s summary or objective if that’s the most relevant skill or responsibility for your target role. You can list different “prepare” resume synonyms on your resume within Prepare synonym on your resume’s work history section. “Prepare” synonyms can be placed with caution on your resume’s skill section. section “Prepare” synonyms can only be added to your resume’s education section if you had a university project or a task that required preparation as an activity.
Let’s take a look at a couple of examples of how to use these synonyms instead of “prepare” on your resume.
When you talk about building a strategy, it is a good idea to use “formulate” or “develop” instead of “prepare” e.g. “Developed a strategy for…” instead of “prepared a strategy for…”. If your job requires you to assemble, use “assemble” instead of “prepare”. For production or manufacturing roles, you can use “fabricate” instead of “prepare”.
You can use other “prepare” synonyms like “arrange”, “form”, “train”, “equip”, “strengthen”, etc throughout your resume.