Aug 17, 2018 - 12:06 AM
• Planning and Organization
• Honesty and Integrity
The list above is by no means complete, so you should also view this more complete list of skills and characteristics employers look for in jobseekers.
While technical, equipment, and industry knowledge are important, many employers see today's job applicants as lacking in important "soft skills" like interpersonal communication. As you identify these skills in yourself, you'll want to include them on your resume. Remember, though, that you must demonstrate that you have these abilities and not just say you have them. The above link offers some good examples of how to express these skills effectively on your resume.
On a final note it helps to make sure you match the skills you cite on your resume with the skills requested in job ads/postings. Data from LiveCareer shows that, out of the top 20 skills appearing in job ads only five appear on applicant resumes.