Gary is correct. The important keywords are specific to your field. The best way to approach it is to look closely at the description of the job you are applying for. Use all of the keywords that are appropriate. What I mean by that is use them if and only if you have experience in and/or knowledge of that skill. Don't exaggerate because chances are you will be questioned on it.
Another huge bit of advice: when I was looking to hire someone, I would get a stack of resumes every Monday morning, literally hundreds of them. The very first thing I would do was to quickly scan them. I was looking to reduce the size of the stack. If there was a typo, I tossed the resume immediately. I actually had one where they misspelled the company name in two different ways. They never actually got the spelling correct! And another resume claimed to have worked on a development project that I was involved in, while I was in that department. He was never in that group...
So, sell yourself but be honest. Let others review your resume, preferably with industry experience and use spell-check!
Best of luck!