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Cynthia Okonkwo
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Scott Silvers
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If you have the education for a position but lack on-the-job experience, there are several strategies you can employ to enhance your chances of securing the job:

Highlight Relevant Coursework: Emphasize specific courses or projects during your education that are directly relevant to the position. Showcase your theoretical knowledge and any practical applications you gained through coursework.

Internships and Volunteering: Consider gaining practical experience through internships or volunteering opportunities. Even if they are unpaid or part-time, these experiences can provide valuable hands-on skills and demonstrate your commitment to the field.

Personal Projects: Undertake personal projects related to the job you're targeting. This could include creating a portfolio, developing a website, or working on any projects that showcase your skills and initiative.

Networking: Connect with professionals in the industry through networking events, online platforms, or informational interviews. Building relationships with people in the field can open doors and provide insights into potential opportunities.

Certifications and Training: Obtain relevant certifications or additional training that align with the requirements of the position. This demonstrates a commitment to continuous learning and can compensate for a lack of on-the-job experience.

Tailor Your Resume: Craft a targeted resume that emphasizes your education, skills, and any relevant experiences, even if they are not traditional work experiences. Focus on transferable skills that can be applied to the position.

Be Proactive: Express your eagerness to learn and your willingness to take on additional training. Convey a positive attitude and a strong desire to contribute to the organization.

Seek Entry-Level Positions: Consider applying for entry-level positions within the industry. These roles may not require extensive experience and can serve as a stepping stone to more advanced positions.

Showcase Soft Skills: Emphasize soft skills such as communication, teamwork, problem-solving, and adaptability. These qualities are valuable in any workplace and can help compensate for a lack of direct experience.

Ace the Interview: During interviews, focus on how your educational background has prepared you for the role. Provide examples of how you've applied your knowledge in real-world scenarios, even if those were academic projects.

Remember, employers often look for a combination of education and experience, but a strong candidate can demonstrate their potential and willingness to learn through various means.

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Lydia Grime
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I want to know what skills I should focus on building to become an administrative assistant. #skills

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Alexander Montoya
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@Lydia Grime I did a little research and found out that the skills needed to get hired as an administrative assistant are; organizational skills, communication, computer proficiency, time management, attention to detail, problem solving, customer service, adaptability, confidentiality, multi-tasking, record keeping, project management, interpersonal skills, research skills, calendar management, event planning, language skills, and customer relationship management software.

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Carol Brower
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Administrative Assistant at University Of Delaware

You must be able to multitask, be a leader when needed, organized, personable , dedicated, great phone skills, office skills, attention to detail a must, dedicated, hard worker, work well under pressure and have a great attitude.

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Mike Corso
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When a hiring manager is evaluating your skill set understand that skills are broken into two groups — hard and soft.

Hard skills are measurable abilities, such as proficiency with a specific computer program. Soft skills are less quantifiable and embody a person's ability to interact with others.

While both sets of skills are important, the soft ones are often a determining factor for hiring managers. Why? Because you can teach a person a specific task but you cannot teach them to be a team player, a listener, a hard worker, or a critical thinker. Come and check out our group Abled Workers Unite at jobcase.com/groups #AWU #disability #skills

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Mike Corso
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over 6 months ago

When a hiring manager is evaluating your skill set understand that skills are broken into two groups — hard and soft.

Hard skills are measurable abilities, such as proficiency with a specific computer program. Soft skills are less quantifiable and embody a person's ability to interact with others.

While both sets of skills are important, the soft ones are often a determining factor for hiring managers. Why? Because you can teach a person a specific task but you cannot teach them to be a team player, a listener, a hard worker, or a critical thinker. #AWU #disability #skills

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Steven Ransom
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Job Search Radio

The skills needed to find a job are different than the skills needed to do a job. Job Search Radio provides ways to improve your job-hunting skills including job search preparation, writing great resumes, cover letters and thank you letters, interviewing, how to answer tough interview questions, coping with job boards, job search networking, branding, job search mistakes– the many things you need to know to conduct an effective job search, leverage your professional success into your next job and avoid mistakes that may cost you opportunities you want. Job Search Radio is reaching people who are changing jobs, re-training and/or redefining their career goals. They are a group that is well-educated and upwardly mobile.

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@Sally Molina Hello Sally, some advice that’s helped me with this is to watch a movie or show that you’re familiar with in the language you’re hoping to learn with subtitles on at first and then eventually omitting the subtitles. This isn’t a full proof teaching method but can help to reinforce what you’ve already learned, hope this helps. 👍🏼

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