Top Resume Skills

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Adding skills to your resume is a small change that makes it much easier for recruiters to quickly identify your key strengths and qualifications. So, if you have customer service skills, communication skills, or leadership skills, go ahead and list them. If you’re not sure what skills to add, we provide examples of the top hard skills and soft skills to put on a resume, like computer programming and interpersonal skills. Remember, the smallest moves are sometimes the smartest!

Here are a few quick resume tips:

1. Employers want the right mix of both hard and soft skills. Learn more about the difference between hard and soft skills:

2. Soft skills can be applied to any job and include skills like customer service, leadership, problem solving, and organization.

3. Hard skills are technical knowledge or training gained through education or past career experiences.

4. Employers pay special attention to skills listed on your resume. Make sure that you’re only highlighting the right skills:

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