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Skills Gap Analysis

Employers are increasingly more interested in competencies and power skills – as well as a student’s GPA.聽 They look for evidence of an applicants’ ability to solve problems, resolve conflict, work in teams, communicate, analyze, etc.

Select your major or department below for a compilation of key skills that employers are looking for when selecting recent graduates in that field of study. These skills should be developed during your college years through participation in clubs and organizations, jobs, class projects, athletics, volunteer work, etc. and should be clearly highlighted in your resume.

Schedule a today for assistance in building your personalized career development plan or incorporating your key skills into your resume!

 

Accounting

Art and Design

Biology

Business and Management

Chemistry

Communication, Public Relations, Journalism, Writing

Computer Information Systems

Computer Science and Cybersecurity

Creative Writing

Criminology, Sociology, and Anthropology

Data Analytics

Economics

Education

Engineering

English

Environmental Science

Family and Consumer Science

Film and Theatre

Finance

General Studies

Geography

Government, Public Service, and International Studies

Health Sciences / Pre-Medicine

History

Insurance and Risk Management

Languages and Linguistics

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Marketing

Mathematics

Music

Nutrition and Dietetics

Philosophy and Religion

Physics

Psychology