The approach to learning distinguishes one candidate from another.
Learning is a continuous process. Those who believe and engage in lifelong learning can aspire to become the pioneers of their field and to pursue a good career path. Personal skills make the difference during selection and in the workplace. Recruiters are always looking to meet candidates with new skills. But how to acquire them? Very often, the answer lies in training.
According to research by Bentley University, candidates can benefit from creating a mix of skills that incorporates both technical skills and soft skills. For example, the most valuable representatives should combine logical and numerical skills with interpersonal relationship skills.
The range of skills presented in this infographic is very important in a transversal way to every professionalism (technology, human resources, sales or even advertising).