Emphasize Your Skills in Your Job Search Resume

Can you save the company money by reducing waste? Do people look to you when the office needs reorganizing? Are you a person who can spot a problem a mile away and come in with the perfect solution?

If so, step up and toot your horn—without blasting the hiring manager out of his chair, of course. In other words, it's not only okay, it's actually the thing to do when it comes to listing your job skills.

Job Search Jimmy

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Employers are eager to meet and hire men and women who can come into a company and not only do their job but take the lead when called for. They want people who care about the organization and behave like a family member, ready to report problems and solve them, walk alongside fellow employees, learn new technology without complaining, and focus on the positive side of things.

Whatever your talents and skills, tie them to the welfare of the company, its growth, success, and financial prosperity. Unless a company makes money it will go out of business—and your job with it. So be sure to highlight ways that show the employer how hiring you will benefit the company's bottom line.

Example:

Sales Manager

Skill: Aptitude for resolving conflicts among mid-management employees. Result: Less staff attrition. Company benefit: Money and time saved on training new personnel.

Administrative Assistant

Skill: Hired new responsive word processor. Result: Eliminated two part-time typists. Company benefit: Saved department $12,000 in annual wages.

When it comes to listing your job skills, SPEAK UP! Let the hiring manager know that you know what it takes to affect the bottom line. You will not only do your best in your area of expertise but you will also be on the lookout for money-saving ways to help build the company income and lower the monthly outflow.

Use the examples above to help you underscore your job skills in your resume. Then don't be surprised when requests for interviews come pouring in.

Job Search Jimmy

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... 99.9% of all job seekers don't have a clue about this... not a clue! You're about to receive an unusual, eye-grabbing, fully "customized for you" secret sentence you can quickly add to the TOP of your resume... and it's free!

Question #1


Are you a man or a woman?