Job Skills


Discover what are the professional skills that you can successfully use in the workplace without the need to get a diploma for that. Get the knowledge of most important job skills to list in you resume, cover letter or demonstrate in an interview.

The followings are from the most important skills for professionals:

Listening Skills

A good talker is first and foremost a good listener. Being able to really listen in the workplace is very important. It allows you to make decisions faster, come up with solutions, mine situations or help colleagues get back on track when they have a problem.


Working with other people is an art. Its's not because you have a Bacehelor / Masters degree that you are necessarily a boulder. Even without any training you can excel within a team. Its's a skill that is in you. After all, being able to get along well with other people cannot really be learned. Usually you have it or you don't have it.


It doesn't matter what you do in your professional life, as long as you do it with much enthusiasm. What is a company with an employee who knows all the tricks of the foor, but does his job on autopilot? Rather than someone who might be a little less strong when it comes to diploma, but more than compensates for that with an enormous love for the profession.


Picking up new things quickly and assimilating them is much more important in the workplace than coming on board with a lot of ready-made know-how. After all, knowledge is very quickly outdated today. In the meantime, employers know all too well. If you are eager to learn, then you can take advantage of that.

Analytical Skills

Being able to analyze processes, business models, operational activities; Quickly and efficiently is an absolute asset. A thorough analysis capacity is usually something you can have without having to have followed a training course. You can learn it in part (through specific methodologies), but most of it's already present in yourself.

Change Minded

What are you with a professional golden rooster when he necessarily wants to stick to his achieved successes and hates change within the organization? In the long run you won't get along that much. Rather than someone who cannot unpack with roaring titles, but who is driven by change within the organization.


If you are a positive person then that usually works contagious, also in the workplace. Happy-tempered people ensure that work progresses because their colleagues feel good in their presence. Happy employees are more productive, more motivated and more open to their colleagues. If you are a positive, then you have the right skill.

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