I’m currently a college student studying engineering.
I keep on reading lists with titles like “Top 10 Skills and Qualities Employers Seek in College Grads.” All of the skills listed there are fairly subjective.
There’s so much more to doing a job well than just certificates or academics, and you definitely have a lot more to offer employers than just the basic qualifications. Having the right soft skills is invaluable to finding a job, getting hired, and being successful in your new role.
However, understanding what these skills are and how they can help you can be confusing.
Let’s look at how to improve problem solving skills.
These four phases are part of the problem solving process: What Can You Do?
When writing a cover letter, resume, or CV, think of times when you've demonstrated skills such as problem solving, researching, or critical thinking.
The interview is the time to explain how you problem-solve in detail, showing that you have strong communication skills and an analytical mind.
All of us have found ourselves at one time or another wishing we had the problem solving skills to resolve something that eludes us.
Those with good problem solving skills will general move up the corporate ladder quicker than those with weak skills.