Essential Job Readiness Skills That Every Graduate Needs To Develop

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We often hear the terms job-ready skills, soft skills, and/or employability skills from various career counselors. But are they necessary in getting a job or developing a successful work life?

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We often hear the terms job-ready skills, soft skills, and/or employability skills from various career counselors. But are they necessary in getting a job or developing a successful work life? The six key skills that employers require for entry-level jobs are: Professionalism Learning Skills Communication Skills Critical & Creative Thinking Teamwork and Collaboration Self-Management

Professionalism:

Professionalism Entering the workforce directly after college is not easy. Individuals need to demonstrate that they are responsible, can maintain good relations with others, are organized, can manage projects well, and can display a deep sense of self-control and good time management. These are essential in a professional setting, and unfortunately, are not always taught at the university level.

Learning Skills :

Learning Skills The ability to learn comes next. Employers are looking for individuals who are willing and able to learn new things. This shows dedication, especially if a potential employee is interested in attending webinars/seminars to make him or herself an asset to the company.  

Communication Skills :

Communication Skills The ability to communicate efficiently and effectively is one of the most essential skills for the 21st century. Managers favor employees who can comfortably communicate in a professional manner with all levels of people. In this digital age, it is also essential to be able to share knowledge and information through various electronic devices. Those potential employees who can demonstrate strong verbal and written skills in different types of media have an added advantage.

Creative and Critical Thinking :

Creative and Critical Thinking Creative thinking is having the ability to solve a problem or issue in a way that is different from traditional methods, thus creating a new pathway to problem solving. Critical thinking is the ability to evaluate, investigate, and assess the best possible solutions to resolve problems. In today’s workforce, creative and critical thinking are both essential.

Teamwork and Collaboration :

Teamwork and Collaboration Teamwork and collaboration are necessary in today’s workforce. Most jobs require cooperation and a joint effort between employees. Recent graduates should have the capacity to work well in a team setting. Remember, when joining a company, you need to think and approach situations with the goal of bringing success to your company. 

Self-Management :

Self-Management Employers are seeking entry-level employees who most likely will not be project/team leads at the outset. But these individuals do need to be able to demonstrate self-management with the capacity to plan, organize, and then execute the task at hand. By developing these skills, an  entry-level employee  should be able to manage his or her job well, and handle pressure as it comes his or her way.

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