Sunday, April 15, 2012

Determining Your Marketable Skills - Learning Difficulties

Many of your strengths and abilities are "marketable." This means that they are of value to employers. Your marketable skills can be applied to specific jobs.

Employers will want you to have both job-specific skills and the right disposition and interpersonal skills to adapt to the workplace.

Job-specific skills might include: carpentry, sewing, electrical wiring and bookkeeping.

General skills could include getting along with others, being a team player, managing time, respecting diversity, organizing work, and problem-solving.

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