cer Financial recommend that you fill your CV up with vital information about yourself.
Finding it hard to think about your key skills? Ask your current employer, friends or a family member. Having short, informative and precise skills can help boost your chances of attending an interview for your dream career!
Problem solving skills — Your possible future employers will look for someone with a creative skill to resolve a problem, the best way to approach this is to use key examples of previous experiences and the method you used to deal with this problem
Teamwork — Being able to work in teams with other colleagues is huge advantage in a work environment as it shows good communication with a clear understanding of knowledge. Also, being able to work independently is a bonus as it shows you’re a hard worker with ambitions and determination.
Ability to learn — Companies are always changing and progressing, employers will look for someone who can learn and adapt to new things and environments.
Work values — Loyalty, positivity, confidence and honesty are valued qualities an employer will look for in a future employee.
Academic Math — Although most jobs don’t require Math, however majority of jobs would require the ability to read and comprehend math.
Communicating — Whether its face to face communication or on the phone, this is a main skill that will allow a company to grow with no barrier of communication.
Leadership and management skills — The ability to take charge and manage your co-workers, if required, is a welcome trait. Most employers look for signs of leadership qualities.
Technical skills — Employers will provide training on job-specific software that they use, they also expect employees to be able to use basic computer skills/ software. (Microsoft, Excel etc).
Personal skills — The ability and confidence to plan and manage tasks, ability to set priorities and adapt to different conditions and work tasks.