In most cases, your resumé is the very first impression you make to a recruiter or potential employer.
So it goes without saying that it should be carefully curated to put your best foot forward.
Just as there are words you should avoid putting in your resumé, there are key skills you should include in your professional profile.
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According to Novorésumé, a good CV should mention communication skills, organisation skills, leadership skills, computer skills, social skills, life skills as well as hard skills and soft skills.
Here’s that and more in a nifty infographic:
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