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The better you can describe your skills and accomplishments, the stronger the impression you’ll make on potential employers.
Essential skills profiles describe how workers in various occupations use each of the key essential skills.
Practising personal management, communication and teamwork employability skills at school will prepare you to use them at work.
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.
You can get many of the skills you need through education and training programs. Some skills are transferable. You can use them in many different types of work. Others are work-specific.
Knowing how to market your employability skills will help you impress potential employers and improve your chances of landing the job you want.
The first step in planning your career is to know what you value, your interests and the things you’re good at. It's time to get to know yourself.