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    Resume Grammar

    Hi everyone, so I am working on my resume and I came across two problems:
    1. this phrase:
    - Excellent hospitality and food and beverage serving skills
    2. this phrase:
    - Well-versed in providing passengers or clients with constant attention and a safe and comfortable experience
    I am not really sure about the phrasing/ word order/ verb use (in case of no.2)
    Can you please tell me if they make sense? And if they don't how would you change them?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Resume Grammar

    1. excellent food and beverage serving skills (F&B is a subset of hospitality)

    2. experienced in providing premier/personalized customer services

    not a teacher

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