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Top 6 employability skills employers seek

In the present times, employers are much keener in finding someone who is passionate for success. Here is a list of top 6 employability skills a desirable candidate must invest on.

Sandeep Kumar
16th May 2018
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Employability Skills

Employability Skills

In the present times, employers are much keener in finding someone who is passionate about success. Now is not the time employers hire applicants to foster only the productivity of their companies. With the growth of their professional experience, their perspectives have changed. In simpler words, organizations now look for individuals who have the zeal to stay on top, despite the stiff competition. Here is a list of top 6 employability skills a desirable candidate must invest on. As employers opine, these skills are essential for their workplace. Let's read further to know these.

1. Problem-solving and logical thinking skills: Job seekers who apply logical thinking in every task they do are likely to get more engaged in it. Employers would be overwhelmed to get practical and sensible answers from such aspirants. Also, logical thinking is the key to problem-solving. Identifying solutions becomes easier when knowledge is applied to the core areas.

2. Interpersonal and communication skills: Only a seeker, who claims to be really professional and has the expertise in the concerned field, can communicate a strategy well. But to listen and relate to what others say is also a part of this skill set. Surprisingly, what one says and how one says is now a part of prospering career.

3. Self-motivation skills: Individuals steered by strong personal drive don't have to be told to do things. If they can impress the employers with their own ideas that can be made into reality, they are halfway through. They are likely to have energetic personalities as well.

4. Managing work pressure: Time pressure is a part of the job and dealing with it is a sought-after skill. Pressure works as a positive motivator and, ultimately, makes the employee more productive. That is why employers look for applicants who can work under pressure and commit themselves to deadlines.

5. Team working: A desirable employee should have the expertise to work in teams and accomplish a given task on time. Working with a team of people having different roles can be a challenge. A skilled employee can well identify how everyone can contribute the best.

6. Ability skills to learn and adapt: Learning while working is how rockets can fly high. Hence, the top organizations look for enthusiastic candidates who are always up for learning more skills and adopting the new ones. This benefits not only the employee but the organization as well.

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