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Upskill Time: Skills You Can Add To Your Resume Before Graduating

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Writing a good resume can be a tricky task. You must maintain a balance between keeping it short yet adding all your experiences to make a lasting impression. HR managers have a keen interest in the skills you possess and how you can contribute these skills towards the work and the company. Hence, it’s very important to know what is relevant to the job when thinking of skills to list on your resume.

 

Hard Skills vs Soft Skills

There is an endless number of skills that you can learn and add to your resume. Hence, you have to choose and be specific as to which skill will be effective in a particular job. Hard skills are industry-specific technical skills that are different for each industry and job type. While. soft skills are some basic common skills each person must possess to be an efficient employee.

For example, in today’s era of remote working, written and verbal communication, the ability to work independently, time and task management, organization, comfort with technology, and specific knowledge of tools like Zoom, Skype, Discord Google Suite, etc are some crucial soft skills for an ideal employee.

 

Here are some soft skills that you can develop while graduating, and will guarantee to help you in any career field you choose!

 

  1. CRITICAL THINKING

Employers want workers with rational and practical thinking and those who can think about the next best step in a project or a task effectively and timely. Critical thinkers are known to think of the best alternative and better ways to do a task, setting them apart from the routine employees.

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  1. FLEXIBILITY

It is often than not in any job that you have to face dynamic changes in the internal or external environment of the company. Hence, the company looks for employees who can easily adapt to the new environment and have a natural ability to use newer alternatives in different circumstances to get the best end result.

 

  1. COMMUNICATION

One of the most important skills in any work environment is the ability to efficiently communicate your thoughts. Whether it is verbal or written, external or internal, without communicating, the results of the work you are doing will be zero.

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  1. PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS

However good you are at your job, something or the other is bound to go wrong. Employers would want to choose someone who is capable of thinking of good solutions to the problem at hand earliest. Moreover, there are even specific jobs that focus just on problem-solving for the company or their clients.

 

  1. TEAMWORK

Most jobs require you to work within a team together with harmony and peace. Hence, it important to showcase that you are capable of working with a group of people. Along with being able to work, generating results together with minimal disputes is also important.

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  1. LEADERSHIP

You must not only know how to work together in a team but also lead one if required. Whether you’re in a management position or leading a project, leadership skills require you to motivate others to complete a series of tasks, often according to a schedule. A good leader must be organised, communicate things efficiently and be a good decision-maker.

 

  1. CREATIVITY

One who has the ability to think outside the box and come with ideas that can elevate any solution is truly an asset to the company. Doing something exceptional and being able to be unique are rare skills and can adorn your resume really well. Moreover, in jobs like writing, designing etc, creativity is a must-have skill!

Read also: 5 Things You Must Include In Your Creative Portfolio

 

 

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