A skill is defined as an ability to do something profound, within a provided timeline. Mostly, skills are attributes that employers look for when they are in the process of hiring people for jobs. Often, employers look for skills that are both domain-specific and domain general. The former are required for specific jobs that one can do, which may include the ability to run a certain type of machinery. The latter are general skills such as ability to communicate, and manage time effectively.
Both domain general and domain-specific skills are required by employers who want to hire people who have a perfect blend of these two. Applicants need a broad range of skills to be able to convince employers that they are great hires. In order to contribute to a modern economy, employees have to have a certain oomph in them so that they can be considered exceptional people to hire. And this “oomph” comes from the skills that they possess.
Resumes that employers pick up should be brimming with skills information. This is the only way an applicant can impress a hiring manager into making that very important decision – to call him or her over for a one on one aka, the interview! The more solidly your skills are articulated, the better your chances of receiving an interview call.
A list of skills as they should be placed in a resume are provided below:
• Proven ability to effectively decipher information in work orders regarding data collection requirements, and translate it into actual data collection actions
• Highly experienced in strategizing ways to handle data collection activities, in accordance with established protocols
• Effectively able to determine viable avenues and procedures to obtain required information, and perform activities to collect data in accordance with specified techniques
• Proficient in collating data fields and comparing them with the specifics of requirements to ensure that the right type and amount of data has been collected
• Demonstrated ability to save data in a confidential manner before it can be placed into dedicated databases and information structures
• Able to effectively handle data in a manner that ensures its credibility and integrity, and saves it from being converted into garbage information
• Familiar with handling data entry activities to punch data into specified systems and allocated databases
• Hands-on experience in ensuring data integrity and confidentiality by making sure that all safety precautions and systems are in place
• Deep insight into handling data updating work to ensure that each collected and saved data field remains updated and accurate
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