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To sell yourself to potential employers, you need to identify and describe your accomplishments and experience.
The better you can describe your skills and accomplishments, the stronger the impression you’ll make on potential employers.
Using tried and true career planning and work search techniques will help you present your qualifications in a positive light.
When you’re looking for work, you’re marketing a product to potential employers. That product is you!
Employers usually screen job applications based on whether or not the applicants have the right skills to do the job.
If you are a post-secondary student working toward a general degree such as a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science, or if you have completed your degree, you have important skills employers need.
Recognize the value of your experience and identify work opportunities based on the strengths you already have.
Identifying your significant experiences can help you choose an occupation, think about going to school or change your career direction.