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What employers look for in potential employees? That was the question that was recently published in a racing line discussion forum. Naturally, for each different position, in particular the answers to that question would be different. However, there are some common skills that employers look for in all employees, if the employee happens to be a network engineer or a chef.

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1. BASIC SKILLS, reading, writing and arithmetic! Believe it or not, a good part of high school graduates (and some college graduates) do not read a grade 8 level and can not do multiplication in your head. Employers are seeking employees who can read well, you can write coherently, and can calculate math at a business environment (fractions, percentages, etc.) In addition to this basic modern skills keyboard skills, basic computing, and the ability to use most tools (eg fax machines, the basic program of word processing, etc.) To complete the basic skill sets needed for career success.

2. Personal skills, can speak well a potential employee? Can he / she respond to customer inquiries in a positive, informative? It can provide good customer service perspective? Although not everyone has the outgoing personality of a sales, employees can communicate successfully in a non-confrontational, positive manner with coworkers, team members, subordinates, management and customers. Being able to work well with others is a vital skill for success in all jobs.

3. Level of employment, job search is a process that requires great dedication and care that was carried out successfully. It follows the director of veterans age that many programmers call GIGO, garbage in, garbage out. If you put effort into evil, you will get bad results. Employers are seeking employees who know how they are presented in a positive way and show the enthusiasm and knowledge of the companies that come close. Not only the candidates are evaluated on their skills and experience, but also how they are approaching the job search. Enthusiastic candidates with less skill are just as likely to get bored working as candidates with better skills.

4. SURVIVAL OF WORK, there is now a hot topic during this period of layoffs. Who gets the ax and that it is often a matter of numbers but also is often a matter of performance. Employees who have consistently demonstrated courage, initiative, and became a valuable asset to the company have a lower incidence of employees being reduced to mediocre or average effort in their jobs. Surviving in a company through layoffs or move up the career ladder is a skill that is learned and success is consciously nurtured among successful professionals.

5. Professional development, and all high-tech and engineering professionals know, is to learn or record on the working environment of today. The achievement of new skills, implementing new concepts, skills upgrading in place is an absolute necessity for success in today's workforce. The successful person is constantly attending seminars, taking classes, making the training of new products or versions, and otherwise learn new business skills that will keep them in their careers. Successful people are lifelong learners. Employers look for people who have the necessary training to meet your needs.

6. Professional development, professional development differs Professional Development. Professional development is learning, while the professional development is a process of planning and goal setting. Successful individuals to design a career plan with written goals short and long term. They put out the steps necessary to advance their careers from point A to point B within the time frame C and a plan of how we will achieve these steps. Successful people have someone who should be accountable for their progress and will monitor its success in achieving its objectives. Employers look for people who (believe it or not) want to commit to the company for a long period of time. Good career progression is a high selling point for candidates to potential employers.

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Thanks for the tips.



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