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Job Skills Checklist

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This handout provides a large skills inventory list that you can use to help build your resume and cover letter.

Employment Skills Worksheets For Adults

The Job Search Checklist PDF Free Download

Contributors: Purdue OWL
Last Edited: 2010-04-25 08:51:10

Purpose: The purpose of this skills inventory is to help you to be able to come up with different skills that you may be having a hard time thinking of yourself.

How to use the Skills Inventory: The following is a sample list of skills found in a cross section of careers. Circle every skill that applies to you. Jot down examples of situations in your working life that demonstrate this skill. Then try to incorporate these skills into your resume and/or cover letter. Good Luck!

administering programsplanning agendas/meetingsupdating files
advising peopleplanning organizational needssetting up demonstrations
analyzing datapredicting futuressketching charts or diagrams
assembling apparatusrehabilitating peoplewriting reports
auditing financial reportsorganizing taskswriting for publication
budgeting expensesprioritizing workexpressing feelings
calculating numerical datacreating new ideaschecking for accuracy
finding informationmeeting peopleclassifying records
handling complaintsevaluating programscoaching individuals
handling detail workediting workcollecting money
imagining new solutionstolerating interruptionscompiling statistics
interpreting languagesconfronting other peopleinventing new ideas
dispensing informationconstructing buildingsproposing ideas
adapting new procedurescoping with deadlinesinvestigating problems
negotiating/arbitrating conflictspromoting eventslocating missing information
speaking to the publicraising fundsdramatizing ideas
writing letters/papers/proposalsquestioning othersestimating physical space
reading volumes of materialbeing thoroughorganizing files
remembering informationcoordinating schedules/timesmanaging people
interviewing prospective employeesrunning meetingsselling products
listening to otherssupervising employeesteaching/instructing/training individuals
relating to the publicenduring long hoursinspecting physical objects
entertaining peopledisplaying artistic ideasdistributing products
deciding uses of moneymanaging an organizationdelegating responsibility
measuring boundariesserving individualsmediating between people
counseling/consulting peoplemotivating otherspersuading others
operating equipmentreporting informationsummarizing information
supporting othersencouraging othersdelegating responsibilities
determining a problemdefining a problemcomparing results
screening telephone callsmaintaining accurate recordsdrafting reports
collaborating ideasadministering medicationcomprehending ideas
overseeing operationsmotivating othersgenerating accounts
teaching/instructing/training individualsthinking in a logical mannermaking decisions
becoming actively involveddefining performance standardsresolving conflicts
analyzing problemsrecommending courses of actionselling ideas
preparing written communicationsexpressing ideas orally to individuals or groupsconducting interviews
performing numeric analysisconducting meetingssetting priorities
setting work/committee goalsdeveloping plans for projectsgathering information
taking personal responsibilitythinking of creative ideasproviding discipline when necessary
maintaining a high level of activityenforcing rules and regulationsmeeting new people
developing a climate of enthusiasm, teamwork, and cooperationinteracting with people at different levelspicking out important information
creating meaningful and challenging worktaking independent actionskillfully applying professional knowledge
maintaining emotional control under stressknowledge of concepts and principlesproviding customers with service
knowledge of community/government affairs

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