1.Ability to write clear and concise resumes
2.How closely the applicant's skills match the requirements for the position
3.Ability to articulate your experience during the interview giving good examples of what you've done that is similar to what they are looking for
7.Willingness to learn new things
8.Demonstrated ability to work well with others
9. Candidates that are flexible, not oppose to taking on new challenges
10.Someone who wants to stay with the company and have a career, not leave after two or three years
As a job seeker it is important to make sure that you are able to highlight your qualities that you bring to the table. These 10 qualities will be top of mind for any hiring manager that you may be meeting with for an interview. Make sure that you are able to present that you are a professional person with the abilities consistently get your work done and fit in with the demand of the company overall. read more
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