New Career Key Work Skills List Helps People Gain Power and Value in the Workplace

My Work Skills List and Career Key’s new, free web article, “7 Ways to Be Job and Work Skills Smart” help people gain power and value in the workplace. By learning the language of skills and how to communicate them to others, workers gain the advantage in choosing careers and finding jobs.

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In the driver's seat with job skills...

People making a My Skills list take practical, positive steps to becoming free agents in the workplace.

Portland, OR (PRWEB) February 19, 2013

The My Work Skills List and Career Key’s new, free web article, “7 Ways to Be Job and Work Skills Smart” help people gain power and value in the workplace. By learning the language of skills and how to communicate them to others, workers gain the advantage in choosing careers and finding jobs. Career guidance leader Career Key offers the work skills article and My Work Skills PDF download free of charge.

In “7 Ways to Be Job and Work Skills Smart,” Career Key helps people:

  • Learn what skills are;
  • Know the different types of skills;
  • Make a list of skills (With a downloadable, fill-in PDF form called My Work Skills List);
  • Identify motivated skills, those they enjoy using most;
  • Identify skills employers want,
  • Learn how to communicate skills to others, and
  • Learn new work skills.

By identifying skills they have, the ones they enjoy using, and making plans to get new skills, people making a My Skills List take practical, positive steps to becoming free agents in the workplace.

Empowering people in the workplace and in career planning is an essential part of Career Key’s approach. Other related, popular articles include Foundation Job Skills and the Free Agent Outlook on Work.

Career Key’s author, Dr. Lawrence K. Jones, NCC, is a nationally recognized counseling psychologist and author of the book, “Job Skills for the 21st Century.”

Later this year, Career Key plans on releasing a new eBook, “How to Be Job and Work Skills Smart!” with more self-help tools, including a Motivated Skills Inventory.

Since 1997, Career Key has been the #1 Internet source for helping people choose careers and college majors. Advertising and registration-free, it offers a valid career test, information, and advice articles based on the best practices and science in the field.


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