Skills Profile

By July 28, 2018 June 19th, 2020 Reports

Skills Profile

Soft skills1 are a set of skills and abilities that employees can use in various types of work, with multiple employers, throughout their careers. They are also skills that can be developed and practiced outside the workplace, as individuals prepare to enter or re-enter employment. Many workplace skills are industry-specific and/or job-specific, while soft skills are those that add value to any job, regardless of the particular industry or occupation. Soft skills and transferrable skills are often used interchangeably. However, transferrable skills may also include technical or hard skills that can provide value in more than one workplace. Examples might include: proficiency in computer software programs, fluency in a foreign language, or the ability to use a particular piece of equipment or machinery. Transferrable skills, therefore, are often a combination of both soft and hard skills that can be transferred from one work environment to the next. For the purposes of the current project, the term soft skills will be used exclusively, so as to exclude the hard skills that are often found under the umbrella of transferrable workplace skills. This project seeks to explore skills that are independent of industry or technical knowledge.

In this report:

  • Summary
  • Detail Oriented
  • Communication Skills
  • Team Player
  • Dependable
  • Customer Service Oriented
  • Integrity
  • Problem Solving Abilities
  • High Energy
  • Ability to Work Independently
  • Organizational Skills
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