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JH2-Skills-Emphasis-Job-Interview JH2-Skills-Emphasis-Job-Interview Document Transcript

  • Importance of Skills Emphasis on Job InterviewsSkill emphasis during the interview is important to show the employer what makes you different from all theother job candidates. In this competitive world, companies search for the most qualified employees byweighing skills of the candidates and determining how they would benefit the company.Majority of the top companies search for employers who stands out based from their expertise, ability togive new developments, and pleasing personalities that would enhance the organization.Skills are grouped into three kinds – knowledge-based, transferable, and personal traits.1) Knowledge-based skills are those learned from experiences. These may include educational attainment,additional training, seminars attended, and other practices that you have studied to enhance your expertise.Knowledge-based skills include computer and communication skills, marketing or managerial knowledge,product development, and many more. These skills vary depending on the field of industry of each jobcandidate.2) Transferable or portable skills are those you bring to a specific job. This is the reason why interviewersask, “What could you offer the company?” Transferable skills are important because companies strive tolook for quality employees that would improve the development of the workforce.Portable skills include problem solving, team leader potential, organized, writing and communication skills,customer service oriented, time and project management, and good with numbers and budget. This kind ofskills varies depending on the experience and versatility of each job candidate.3) Personal traits determine who you are. In a job interview, one of the most common things an employersays is “Tell me something about yourself.” Your response is vital because it would set the tone for the restof the interview.Personal traits include good judgment, well organized, analytical, goal oriented, flexible, creative and manymore. Try to sell yourself in as modest as possible within a limited time.* Self-assessment. In order to provide an impressive presentation, examine your resume and list all the skillsyou have used for each past job experience. Make a comprehensive list of your skills and strengths includingpersonal traits, knowledge-based and transferable skills. This would be the basis for your personalcommercial.* Once you have completed your script, you are now ready to face the interviewer. Remember thatemployers are interested in your accomplishments. Use words that are concise, direct and clear.
  • Although many companies require a unique set of skills, you should still highlight your technical skills inthe interview. These skills, which top companies usually seek, include leadership, communication,confidence, flexibility, problem solving and energy.Emphasizing all of your strengths and skills on job interviews would increase your chances of landing thedesired job.Zeek Rewards