I am writing my English resume, but my grammar seems not correct,

I take a careful and cautious attitude toward the work and handle it properly.

How can I make a sentence more fluently?

Should it be:

I take careful/caution attitude


I am an attentive


The standard resume jargon for "a careful and cautious attitude towards the work" is detail-oriented.

That said, I would prefer to encounter your phrase in a resume rather than the jargon. But these days, you never know if a human being is reading the resume; it may be a bot.

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You don't take an attitude, you have an attitude.

I have a careful attitude toward work...

As for "I am an attentive," that needs a noun:

I am an attentive worker and I handle my work properly

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  • You're revealing your AmE roots, J.R. google.com/… – Tᴚoɯɐuo Jun 25 '18 at 22:07
  • @Tᴚoɯɐuo - Interesting! Thanks. It sounded awkward to me, but maybe that's just me. – J.R. Jun 26 '18 at 15:20

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