When Should acronyms be used?

Please remember that acronyms should only be used for words or phrases that are repeated a number of times throughout your document. If you use too many initialisms and acronyms, readers will become confused.

How do you say extensive experience?

I usually say “extensive knowledge” about something, but you could also say “comprehensive” knowledge or experience, or perhaps “considerable” experience or knowledge.

What is another word for experience?

Synonyms & Antonyms of experience

  • chops,
  • expertise,
  • know-how,
  • moxie,
  • proficiency,
  • savvy,
  • skills.

Is it OK to use acronyms on a resume?

Can I use abbreviations? In general, we recommend only abbreviating state names. If you do choose to abbreviate any industry-specific terms, make sure your style is consistent and abbreviate the same items throughout the document.

How do you say rich experience?


  1. wealth of experience.
  2. vast experience.
  3. broad experience.
  4. extensive experience.
  5. considerable experience.
  6. wide experience.
  7. wide-ranging experience.
  8. great experience.

Can you use acronyms in a cover letter?

2answers. You can use abbreviations in a cover letter, but it is not recommended. The first person who reads your cover letter may not be knowledgeable in the abbreviations and acronyms used in your particular industry.

What is the antonym of experience?

Antonyms: inexperience, rawness. Synonyms: see, get, know, find, go through, sense, have, live, palpate, finger, receive, feel.

Is it bad to put etc on a resume?

“Resumes should demonstrate what you can do and not what you can not do,” says Harrison. Harrison advises that your “date of birth, family status, personal interests etc. should be avoided on a resume. These items do not pertain to the qualifications of an individual for a position.”