The proper term is "oriented;" detail-oriented.
"Orientation" is a noun, meaning the direction something is pointed. "Oriented" is a verb form and adjective meaning pointed that way. "Detail-oriented" means pointed in the direction of detail, concerned with detail. "He has a detail-oriented approach" means he concerns himself with details. "Detail orientation" means the direction the detail is pointed, not perhaps a very useful phrase, since detail is rarely pointed in any direction.
Detail-oriented. You need a hyphen unless you are implying that you are a detail and you are oriented.
It should have the hyphen.
The opposite of detail-oriented could be 'disorganised'
Disorganised is the opposite of detail oriented.
To be detail-oriented, a person pays close attention to small parts of a situation.
In whatever way they are oriented will provide the quality -for example, detail-oriented (attn to detail) Oriented is not used alone.
Yes, it is. Otherwise, you're implying that you're "detail" and you are "oriented".
To be detail-oriented means that you pay attention to every little thing. For example, if a 10-page document was missing one comma, you would notice it. No matter how minuscule something is, it doesn't slip by you. You pay VERY close attention and make sure that things are perfect.AnswerPedantic.
Someone who is detail oriented pays attention to the small details and makes thorough plans as a result. Detail oriented people are in opposition to big picture thinkers, who tend to plan holistically and don't take details into account.
Being detail oriented means that you pay attention to the "little things," such as punctuation in reports, making sure that all possibilities are considered before making a decision, making sure nothing is left off an important list etc.
A big picture person.
Meticulous, fastidious, finicky, scrupulous, picky, punctilious, exact, rigid...
The company was looking for a detail oriented person to head up the yearly inventory.
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Detail oriented means that a person really pays close attention to the details of something. It means they have exceptional organizational skills and like things to be in an orderly fashion.
Smart Team worker Goal oriented Punctual Detail-oriented Analytical
Need to take courses and be detail oriented.
perfectionist, detail-oriented, hard-working
meticulous= careful with all details, detail oriented
Being detail-oriented involves paying attention and noticing the little things that nobody else would. This could mean picking up little fluctuations or subtle differences in things.