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1.4 Skills Votes - Lightening

My thoughts

My comments and rankings below are 100% personal
Skills was one of the most common sections across all CV’s
Separating Skills into Attributes (Soft) and Work Tools (Hard) seems to work very well
Make sure all skills listed can be quantified by experiences shown or qualifications
Ranking for soft skills does not really work in my opinion
Rankings for hard skills is difficult if you do not know the absolute ranking / standards at the work place (you could do your own “relative ranking”)
Design choices. If depends on where you place the skills section.
Main body. (Eg see
@Daniel Moore
). Make it a table or list within a sentence separated by commas
Side column. (Eg.
@Howard Ong
or
@Emma Kristensen
). Make it a vertical list of words


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Rank Skills Section
12
6
Observation,Decision Making,Communication,Multi-tasking
Financial Modelling & Reporting,Data Mining & Analysis,Financial Accounting,Business Valuation,Advanced SAS
Howard Ong
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Academic Writing,Literary Critiscm,Research,Creative Writing, Editing
Russian, French, Portugese, Spanish
Rick Grimes
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Analysis of Complex Technical Information, Data base - Analysis, Design, Implimentation,Excellent Problem Solver, Detail Orientated
Project management, HTML, CSS, JavaScript,Bootstrap,User Testing,
Alexader Aronowitz
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Task Delegation, Creative Thinking, Leadership Experience, Conflict Management, Descision Making
Microsoft Word, Canva, Google Adwords, Adobe Illustrator, Google Analytics, SEO & SEM, HTML & CSS
Emma Kristensen
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Managing Large Business teams, Developing CRM Systems, General Accounting & Book Keeping, Analytical Project Execution, Dynamic Inclusive Team Member, Methodical Initiative Taker, Initiative Driven Proactive Team Leader,
Microsoft Excel
Jane Aryen
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Forecast Trends, Controlling Expenses, Organisation Strategies, Manage Team Meetings, Leadership Experience, Managing Databases, Client Meetings, Create Annual Reports
Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Powerpoint, Social Media Platforms, Esilaw, FileVine, Adobe Photoshop, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Trello, One-drive, Sharepoint
Kelly Cooper
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6
Project Management, Problem Solving,Creativity,Leadership
Cia Rodriguez
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Matlab,Autocad,Microsoft Office, Solidworks,CNC,Lathes,English,Spanish
Kelly Parkos
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Team Building, Meeting Deadlines, Punctuality,Goal Setting, Prioritsation, Brainstormimg, Problem Solving, Business Writing
Mia Parker
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Project Management, Problem Solving, Creativity, Leadership
Isabel Merc
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Customer Service, Retail Operations, Complaints Resolution, Customer Enquiries
Listening & Communication, Team Collaboration, Problem Solving
Microsoft Office, Piano,
Daniel Moore
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Interpersonal Skills, Time management, Listening
Writing, Video production, Leadership, Microsoft Office, Science
Tim Carvallo
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5
Teamwork,Leadership,Integrity,Loyalty,Presentation,Management
Lorna Alvarda
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New Business Development,Executive Presentations, Competitive Market Positioning,Account Management,Client Needs Assesment,Contract Negotiation,Business Management,Budgeting & Project Planning
Christian Morisson
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Project Management, Problem Solving, Creativity,Leadership,Project Management, Problem Solving, Creativity, Leadership
Claudia Elves
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Content Writing,Content Planning,Graphic Design,Market Strategy, Market Analyse,Marketing Tools, Time Management
Reese Miller
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Classroom Management, Test Construction, Lesson Planing & Design
Samuel Clinton
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3
-
Cahaya Dewi
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-
Toby Smith
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