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Top 10 most transferable job skills - Part 2 (career advice - tips and tricks - insider information - job help)

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Learn the top 10 most transferable job skills (Part 2), from Boston tech insider CareerEncore. We'll help you land you next ideal job. More info: http://www.CareerEncore.com …

Learn the top 10 most transferable job skills (Part 2), from Boston tech insider CareerEncore. We'll help you land you next ideal job. More info: http://www.CareerEncore.com

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  • 1. The Top 10 Most Transferable Job Skills Boston High-Tech Recruiter Presents… Connect With Us: www.CareerEncore.com Recruiter@CareerEncore.com (Part 2 of 2)
  • 2. Introduction • Everyone has valuable, industry-transcending skills • Transferable skills are gained through experiences – E.g. previous jobs, life, hobbies, school, and sports • This presentation details the final 5 of the Top 10 Most Transferable Job Skills
  • 3. Skill 6: Computer Skills • Computers are used for everyday tasks • Don’t overlook the value of – Familiarity with key software – Ability to use various hardware
  • 4. Skill 7: Creative Thinking • Logical and practical thinking has its place • Creative thinking can yield amazing results – “Thinking outside the box” – Produce exciting, new ideas
  • 5. Skill 8: Learning • Learning did not stop with your last degree • You’ve gained valuable experience by – Keeping up-to-date on trends – Watching for new developments in fields – Making an effort to stay current
  • 6. Skill 9: Interpersonal Skills • Often gained through life experience – Effectively relating to others – Resolving conflict – Mentoring – Negotiating • Crucial to interacting well with others
  • 7. Skill 10: Leadership • Leadership is not the same as management • Leadership requires – Communication – Teamwork – Problem-solving – Creative thinking – Interpersonal skills • True leadership qualities are in demand
  • 8. Final Thoughts • Even if you’re taking a job in a different industry or function than you’ve ever worked in before – Remember your transferable skills • You bring vital life experience to any new role you are pursuing
  • 9. Thank You for Viewing Our Presentation Brought to You By: Boston High-Tech Recruiter Connect With Us: www.CareerEncore.com Recruiter@CareerEncore.com
  • 10. Works Cited • Bureau of Labor Statistics – http://www.bls.gov/news.release/tenure.nr0.htm • Business Insider – http://www.businessinsider.com/if-you-want-to-get-a-job-you-need- transferable-skills-2012-6 • Chron – http://work.chron.com/top-5-transferable-skills-2245.html • Career Notes – http://www.careernotes.ca/employability/top-10-employability-skills/