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Here’s How You Can Show the Skills You Have


It takes more than just listing SKILLS on your résumé. Our latest Boost Your Career on-demand webinar shows you how to demonstrate the value you bring

The Showing and Rating Your Skills webinar will take you through ways to demonstrate your professional value by using your evidence and results instead of listing a variety of skills. We also take you through ways to rate skills such as technology and language use.

This webinar complements information in these Boost Your Career webinars:

·       Yes, You Do Have Experience…Here's How to Show It (Part 1)
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·       I Really DO Have Experience (Part 2)
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The full webinar list to date: 
Boost Your Career webinars
Effective Networking
https://bit.ly/2WpXUf8
No Reply (Is Anyone Out There?)
https://bit.ly/2HKeZxo
Why Do I Need a Resume and a CV?
https://bit.ly/2CPnWje
Yes, You Do Have Experience…Here's How to Show It (Part 1)
I Really DO Have Experience (Part 2)
https://bit.ly/2UoSUWp
I Have a Job Offer. Now What?
https://bit.ly/2MDNIv3
What to Do if I’m Not Working: Part 1-Before and During the Gap

What to Do if I’m Not Working: Part 2-Re-entry or Continued Gap
https://www.gotostage.com/channel/5117533204124515078/recording/7b12cb32149e45c8aadbb0f93b0ea68e/watch?source=CHANNEL

Job Transitions: Voluntary or Not

https://www.gotostage.com/channel/5117533204124515078/recording/24909b2941a349fa90650340e2c9832d/watch?source=CHANNEL

Showing and Rating Your Skills





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