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Shaharyar Toor
life hacker
Interests: o what are you good at? To achieve career success, you will need a range of skills in addition to the technical knowledge gained from your studies. You gain a wide range of skills while at university, through academic study, clubs and societies, voluntary work, student politics, part-time work and other commitments. These are important to recognise as they inform your career decisions and are a critical ingredient in your applications for postgraduate study and jobs. These skills are called transferable skills because they can be transferred to a wide range of activities, including employment. Also known as “employability skills”, they are particularly important nowadays in the current economic climate, as recruiters are looking for 'work-ready' graduates with clear evidence of job specific skills in addition to high level attributes. To have the competitive advantage in the job market and to remain employable, students need to have developed their employability throughout their time at University. While every degree develops competencies that are relevant to employers' needs, each discipline develops additional skills sets and experiences. While planning your career it is important to be aware of these additional abilities you have to offer and it is particularly relevant when making applications and taking part in the selection process. The links below will help identify your skills. It is important to recognise the skills you have developed so that you can highlight them when making applications and taking part in the selection process.Useful ResourcesEmployability Skills Student Employability Profiles
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