1. List some examples of resume skills?

Resume skills examples:
☛ Strong communication skills
☛ Excellent ability to adapt to difficult situations
☛ Detail oriented
☛ Capable problem solver
☛ Speak foreign languages
☛ Proficient at excel
☛ Good organizational skills
☛ Working knowledge of visual basic
☛ Time and project management
☛ Leadership skills

2. What is a problem-solving/reasoning/creativity skill?

It involves the ability to find solutions to problems using your creativity, reasoning and past experiences along with the available information and resources.
Sample bullet point describing this skill:
Innovative problem-solver who can generate workable solutions and resolve complaints.

3. Please define multicultural sensitivity/awareness?

There is possibly no bigger issue in the workplace than diversity and job-seekers must demonstrate a sensitivity and awareness to other people and cultures.
Sample bullet point describing this skill:
Personable professional whose strengths include cultural sensitivity and an ability to build rapport with a diverse workforce in multicultural settings.

4. Tell me the difference between soft and hard skills?

During the job application and interview process, employers look for applicants with two skill sets: hard skills and soft skills.
Hard skills are teachable abilities or skill sets that are easy to quantify.
☛ Examples of hard skills include:
☛ Proficiency in a foreign language
☛ A degree or certificate
☛ Typing speed
☛ Machine operation
☛ Computer programming
These hard skills are often listed in your cover letter and on your resume and are easy for an employer or recruiter to recognize.
Soft skills are subjective skills that are much harder to quantify. Also known as "people skills" or "interpersonal skills" soft skills relate to the way you relate to and interact with other people.
Examples of soft skills include:
☛ Teamwork
☛ Communication
☛ Flexibility
☛ Patience
☛ Persuasion
☛ Time Management
☛ Motivation

5. What are the 2 types of skills that should be in a resume?

When you are adding skills to a resume, there are two types of skills that you should include:
☛ Soft skills
☛ Hard skills

6. What are the 6 skills which you would include in your resume?

☛ You know how to keep lines of communication open
☛ You can organize, manage and lead teams efficiently
☛ You naturally go the extra mile
☛ Your passion drives your performance
☛ Your passion drives your performance
☛ You can be counted on

7. What are the skills needed for a customer service representative?

☛ Strong communication skills
☛ Problem analysis and problem solving
☛ Organizational skills and customer service orientation
☛ Adaptability and ability to work under pressure
☛ Initiator

8. What are the skills needed for an accountant?

☛ Analytical thinking, planning.
☛ Accuracy and Attention to details.
☛ Organization and prioritization skills.
☛ Problem analysis, use of judgment and ability to solve problems efficiently.

9. What are the skills needed for teachers?

☛ Self motivated
☛ Initiative with a high level of energy
☛ Strong verbal and personal communication skills
☛ Decision making, critical thinking, organizing and planning
☛ Tolerant and flexible to different situations

10. What are the skills needed for a project manager?

☛ An experienced team leader with the ability to initiate/manage cross-functional teams and multi-disciplinary projects.
☛ Critical thinking, decision-making and problem solving skills.
☛ Planning and organizing.
☛ Excellence Personal Communication skills.
☛ Project management skills: Influencing, leading, negotiating and delegating abilities.
☛ Conflict resolution.
☛ Adaptability.
☛ Tolerant to stressed situations.

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11. What is hard skill in resume skills?

Hard skills are the qualifications required to do the job. For example, computer skills, administrative skills or customer service skills.

12. What is a soft skill in resume skills?

Soft skills are the skills that apply to every job. They are your people skills, interpersonal skills, communication skills and other qualities that enable you to be successful in the workplace.

13. Tell me what is a teamwork skill?

Because so many jobs involve working in one or more work-groups, you must have the ability to work with others in a professional manner while attempting to achieve a common goal.
Sample bullet point describing this skill:
Resourceful team player who excels at building trusting relationships with customers and colleagues.

14. Tell me about interpersonal abilities?

The ability to relate to your co-workers, inspire others to participate and mitigate conflict with co-workers is essential given the amount of time spent at work each day.
Sample bullet point describing this skill:
Proven relationship-builder with unsurpassed interpersonal skills.

15. What is a planning/organizing?

It deals with your ability to design, plan, organize and implement projects and tasks within an allotted time-frame. Also involves goal-setting.
Sample bullet point describing this skill:
Results-driven achiever with exemplary planning and organizational skills, along with a high degree of detail orientation.

16. Define computer/technical literacy?

Almost all jobs now require some basic understanding of computer hardware and software, especially word processing, spreadsheets and email.
Sample bullet point describing this skill:
Computer-literate performer with extensive software proficiency covering wide variety of applications.

17. Can you tell me what is a leadership/management skill?

While there is some debate about whether leadership is something people are born with, these skills deal with your ability to take charge and manage your co-workers.
Sample bullet point describing this skill:
Goal-driven leader who maintains a productive climate and confidently motivates, mobilizes and coaches employees to meet high performance standards.

18. Do you know about flexibility/adaptability/managing multiple priorities?

It deals with your ability to manage multiple assignments and tasks, set priorities and adapt to changing conditions and work assignments.
Sample bullet point describing this skill:
Flexible team player who thrives in environments requiring ability to effectively prioritize and juggle multiple concurrent projects.

19. Tell me what is an analytical/research skill?

This skill deals with your ability to assess a situation, seek multiple perspectives, gather more information if necessary and identify key issues that need to be addressed.
Sample bullet point describing this skill:
☛ Highly analytical thinking with demonstrated talent for identifying, scrutinizing, improving, and streamlining complex work processes.

20. What is a communication skill?

By far, the one skill mentioned most often by employers is the ability to listen, write and speak effectively. Successful communication is critical in business.
Sample bullet point describing this skill:
Exceptional listener and communicator who effectively conveys information verbally and in writing.

21. List some skills which is strongly demanded by the employer?

These are critical skills that employers demand of job-seekers:
☛ Communication skills (listening, verbal, written)
☛ Analytical/research skills
☛ Planning/Organizing
☛ Problem-solving/Reasoning/Creativity
☛ Teamwork
☛ Computer/technical literacy
☛ Flexibility/Adaptability/Managing multiple priorities
☛ Interpersonal abilities
☛ Leadership/Management skills
☛ Multicultural sensitivity/awareness

22. List some important steps which are included in writing your resume?

☛ Put Objective first - use specific job title of the position
☛ Follow with your skill statements & skill headings. This will be the main section of your resume.
☛ Then briefly list your Education & Work History. Put most relevant section first.
☛ Do not list your references. Use a separate sheet or write references on request.

23. List some steps to create skilled based resume?

A skills-based resume does just that:
☛ Self-assessment
☛ Research your target job to identify required skills
☛ Describe, group & title relevant skills
☛ Write your resume

24. What does include in "describe, group & title relevant skills"?

☛ Choose the most relevant skills & abilities from your list that match the ones required by your target job. If you do not have a perfect match, think about transferable skills that demonstrate similar skills, abilities and tools.
☛ List accomplishments, tasks & projects that demonstrate how you used these skills. Use short skill statements that begin with action verbs (tracked, organized, assembled, installed etc.)
☛ Group similar skills & accomplishments & give each group a skill heading title (payroll preparation and taxes, programming and development, staff supervision/training, project management).

25. Define the phrase research your target job to identify required skills?

☛ Examine the job posting of your targeted job & make a list of all required skills, abilities, & tools.
☛ Supplement scanty job postings by:
Contacting employer for more information and referring to other job descriptions, such as those in the dictionary of occupational titles.

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26. What is included in self assessment?

Define Your Skills/Abilities
1. Make a list of all your "work-like" experiences & activities related to your target job.
☛ Related employment, including part-time or summer
☛ Volunteer positions
☛ Internships (cooperative education)
☛ Relevant school activities (clubs, student government, special projects)
2. List all training - college courses, conferences & workshops, labs, projects.
3. List skills, tools, techniques you learned & used in each of the above.

27. How would you format a skilled based resume?

To determine the best way to format your skills-based resume, consider what your audience is looking for and also your specific situation. The bottom line is to arrange your resume in a way that will help your reader assess what you have to offer them in the quickest, easiest and most powerful way possible. The example above illustrates what is typically called a functional skills-based approach. It includes multiple skills sections with bulleted content that proves competencies or proficiency with the respective skills.
Notice that the employment details such as the job title, company name, location and dates of employment are not included in these sections. Instead, this information is often included in a separate section toward the latter part of the document.

28. List some reasons to choose skilled based resumes?

Reasons that applicants typically choose this route include:
☛ It is required/preferred by their industry
☛ They have insufficient work experience
☛ They have large or frequent employment changes/gaps
☛ They want to change careers
☛ Their educational/training background is atypical for this position
☛ They have been terminated from one or more positions

29. Tell me what is a resume?

A resume is a short, concise document that states relevant information regarding your education, skills, experiences, accomplishments and job-related interests.

30. Do you know what is a skilled based resume?

A skills-based resume is a document that lists a person's job qualifications in skill categories, rather than the standard approach of using reverse chronological work experience categories. You should consider using a skills based resume if it would help you present yourself to potential employers in a more powerful way than a chronological resume would.