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Which one is correct for a list with "objectives" or "goals" (e.g. for resume or something formal)?

  • Improve something
  • Learn more about something
  • Work with something

OR

  • To improve something
  • To learn more about something
  • To work with something

If the last one were the case...Is not too repetitive?

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In my own experience, it depends on how you approach the list. For example, there can be this:

My goal is:

  • To improve something
  • To learn more about something
  • To work on something

Or it can be this:

My goal is to:

  • Improve something
  • Learn more about something
  • Work on something

If you include the to before the list of verbs/goals, then you don't need it in the list. If it's left out, then it should be included in the list (if the list is made of verb infinitives).

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