Job search: How to identify your skills

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As a teaching fellow and as a student personal tutor, I am in contact with many students during my working days. I receive questions regarding assessments and feedback and students concerned about writing a CV and a cover letter for their placement.

One of the questions that I get asked the most is: how do I know my skills? I understand this question very well because it is something that I keep asking myself every once in a while too. When the last student asked this question again, I thought it would be an interesting post, so here it is. Let me give you some advice on finding out about your skills and how to show them in your CV.

First of all, we need to talk about hard and soft skills.

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4 thoughts on “Job search: How to identify your skills

  1. Honestly, all of the skills categories you have mentioned resonates with me.
    Through out my studies last year, I have one way or the other done, and developed this.

    Now I can put a face to the name of the skill I have developed 😁.

    This was helpful.


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