Career Questions tagged Skills
I want to know what skills, education, and experience employers look for.
From basic life skills to insights on ways to prepare, I am looking to get as much tips and tricks as possible to help prepare myself for the college lifestyle.
It's always a pressure to work on skills that will make a person successful in the certain career they wish for. However, we have seen people surviving from skillset outside their career path. What are the best skills to have apart from those required in certain career paths?
I'm going to go to a local college and I wanted to hear from first hand experience what to do to enhance my college experience. It's a relatively small college and there are a few programs there but I also want to know what relevant "college enhancing" things to do. Still very unsure about...
I am a good person , I am responsible. I communicate with others well. #school #motivation #skills
I want to get into photography but I think that I would need skill first before actually getting into it. I need clarification on that so I can see what I have to do.
#highschoolstudent #learning #photography #skills
What are some other soft skills besides communicating well that I can put on my resume? #skills
can someone let me know
Being a leader how to resolve candidates Problem? #knowledge #success #skills
I'm more of a sporty kind of person, I enjoy playing basketball and I can see myself going far because of it. I know there's people in college that enjoy reading/writing but personally I do not. I just want to see if there's more to do other than reading/writing. #skills #motivation
#skills #information-technology #computer-engineer #computer
I am a senior in high school, and I am possibly going to major in physical therapy. I believe that being informed about helpful skills for this major would benefit me in college, as well as in a future career. Learning about these skills would also allow me to see if I possess some of the...
#skills #collegestudents #coronavirus #JULY20
I'm a high school student going into college. I've heard that a lot of important skills are neglected to be taught to be taught in school that are invaluable in any job, like presentation skills. #student #personal-development #skills
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