Tell Them What You’re Good At

Your potential future employer doesn’t know what you’re good at if you don’t tell them. But coming up with positive things about yourself can be hard sometimes. So I’ve compiled a list of a few job skills you can either write in your resume or state in your interview. Employers love these “job skills” keywords because they not only show a level of intelligence but show that you have the personality to match the job. Have examples of prior instances where you’ve proven these things too.

  • I can become accustomed to new and diverse circumstances.
  • I’m good at working by myself.
  • I have experience working under stress and meeting deadlines.
  • I not only enjoy, but excel working in a group environment.
  • If things are not going as they should, I have no problem taking the initiative.