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Getting the Job You Want with Skills You Already Have
Essential job-hunting tips for everyone.
Well, fortunately you are not alone, so read on and discover some great tips that will enlighten you beyond that shadow of doubt.
Most "higher education" experts are not going to hold your hand and say "hey wake up and get some experience" most of them are trying to figure out where they had set their last cup of coffee. Yes, if that last line did not end your "grey matter" searching for answers, let me help you, you must be proactive! You must ask the questions, you must seek the answers.
You may want to view employers the same way you might have viewed your counselors, teachers, mentors, and classmates. For example, how did you ask for help on a subject when you needed it? That's right, you asked. Or maybe you wanted to join a group of classmates for a study session, what did you do? You pushed yourself forward and you asked. See most employers are very aware of the fact that everyone must start somewhere, but unfortunately, most graduates are put off by the skills required to do the job. Well guess what, you have them!
Yes, that's right. You already possess the skills necessary to get your foot in the door. Most of these skills are what you do everyday! Ask yourself these questions; Are you:
A self starter, one who is motivated, independent, and initiative; in other words can you get the job done with or without supervision?
A problem-solver - employers love this skill as it lets them know that you are up for the challenge. However, be aware that you may have to back it up. So tread carefully!
Leadership material - can you direct people? This is another skill that employers love but cannot get enough of. Sure there are a lot of supervisors out there but try to attach a kind word about them and what do you get? Feel free to use your imagination here, I mean come on lets face it, most should have never been. Be truthful with yourself, and ask the deeper question that so many do not ask themselves, Can I lead effectively without making it personal?
Adaptable - or can you handle a variety of changes? Sure you can, when was the last time you went camping, you had to adapt to your environment; or if you hate camping, how about the last time you moved, or changed that hair cut, or style, that schedule , you see most people do not know that your ability to adapt is a skill, so go ahead! Put it in your resume.
Friendly - are you able to get along with other people? If you were able to go to college and get a degree, then this is a "no brainer"; you have social skills. For you shy ones, there is no avoiding the interpersonal shadow this includes communicating effectively through writing. And lastly, one of the most important parts of this skill is listening, as you will find most jobs do come with instructions. Now go get that job!