Aug 23, 2018 - 11:52 AM
First, make sure you understand what qualifies as a technical skill. Check out this site to learn what these proficiencies are, how to write about them, and how many to include in your document.
Next, consider your industry. Look at job listings and sample resumes that pertain to your field to get a better understanding of what employers want to see on your resume. If, for instance, you are an accountant, valuable technical skills may include tax accounting or ERP knowledge. If you work in administration, proficiency in MS Office or bookkeeping abilities are possible technical skills to include.
Finally, and most importantly, study the description of the job to which you are applying. There you will find the exact proficiencies hiring managers want to see in applicants. If you possess the skills listed, prioritize them in your resume.