Resume Keywords Research 
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Amazing Data Research Results Below

SixSigmateambuilding.com researched the Top Employment Websites for the best resume keywords to have on you resume. The two main areas of research included Six Sigma and Team Building.

We also researched the Top 20 Soft Skills from-Attributes Employers Seek on Candidates Resume (Source: Job Outlook 2019 National Association of Colleges and Employers)

Resume Keywords Research Summary of Results

The road to success can be challenging however we can provide you with some data driven opportunities to advance your career in a positive direction. 

“Team” appeared the most in job descriptions and indicates today’s business strategies includes a “Team” culture, with over 12 million.

“Team Building” (the action) wins the big prize in job descriptions. Employers are asking for help and a great keyword for your resume, with over 2 million.

We are developing the best training strategy for massive resume activity and you will be certified in the Top 10+ Soft Skill employers want today.

Our Secret Training Strategy-Areas of Study

  1. Lean Six Sigma Green or Bk Belt Training
  2. New! Advanced Team Building Training

Both areas of study are available here at SixSigmaTeamBuilding.com. Our Advanced Team Building Training is still under development and should be released within the next 2-3 months. The goal of our training is to address all Top 10 Soft Skills and make you a Great Team Leader and Facilitator

Top 20 Soft Skills Resume Keywords

Attributes Employers Seek on Candidates Resume (Source: Job Outlook 2019 National Association of Colleges and Employers)

We have listed below the Top 20 Soft Skills employers are interested in:

  1. Communication (written) 
  2. Problem solving skills 
  3. Ability to work in a team
  4. Initiative 
  5. Analytical/quantitative skills 
  6. Strong work ethic
  7. Communication skills (Verbal)
  8. Leadership
  9. Detail-oriented 
  10. Technical skills-NA Hard Skill*
  11. Flexibility/adaptability
  12. Computer Skills-NA Hard Skill*
  13. Interpersonal skills(relates well with others)
  14. Organizational ability
  15. Strategic planning skills
  16. Tactfulness
  17. Creativity
  18. Friendly/outgoing personality
  19. Entrepreneurial Skills/risk-taker
  20. Fluency in a foreign language

*Please note 10 and 12 are Hard Skills and not addressed in training.

The Difference Between
Soft Skills and Hard Skills

Resume Keywords Soft skills for interview

Like most hiring managers, employers hiring recent graduates look for candidates with a mix of soft skills and hard skills.

Soft skills required of applicants regardless of the industry; they’re personal attributes and social abilities. Examples of the Top 20 Resume keywords Soft Skills are listed above.

Hard skills are more tangible skills you need to succeed in a job or industry. Technical and computer skills are examples of hard skills that employers look for in recent graduates.

Being a team player, having strong communication and interpersonal skills, and being able to analyze data and knowing what to do with it, are all important to hiring managers.

That’s why 57% of senior leaders today say soft skills are more important than hard skills.

Best Training Options for Top 10 Soft Skills for interviews and massive resume keywords activity

ü Green and Black Belt Lean Six Sigma Training-Certification.

ü NEW! Lean Six Sigma Team Building Training-Certification.

Tips for Including Resume Keywords 

 Hiring managers review many resumes, and it can be hard to differentiate between candidates when most of them have basically the same set of qualifications.

Help your resume stand out from the crowd by including your certified experiences

ü Green and/or Black Belt Training

ü NEW! Lean Six Sigma Team Building Training

This will highlight on your resume a blend of the most sought-after hard and resume soft skills in the Top 10 List. Also, be sure to list the skills you have that the employer has noted as “required” or recommended” in the job posting. The closer you are to a match for the job, the better your chances of getting chosen for a job interview. Your chances are extremely high with our training listed on your resume. (Keyword Employment Study Data above.)

ü Set up a Skills Section: You can include some of your skills in a “Skills” Section of you resume, in which your skills that relate to the job.

ü Emphasize Your Skills in the Experience Section: In the “Employment” or “Experience” section of your resume, you can also emphasize your Lean Six Sigma and Team Building skills that you employed to carry out those jobs and/or internships.

ü Match Your Resume Soft Skills to the Job: Be sure to tailor your list of skills to a job. Use the keywords listed in the job description and the Keyword Employment Study Data above, to ensure your resume is a strong match. If hard skills are required for a job (such as knowledge of a specific software program), be sure to explicitly list those skills on your resume.

Be Prepared to Share Examples

Make sure that the resume soft skills you incorporate in your resume sound impressive and be sure to defend them during your interviews. Each Word on your resume can be a trigger for a question by an interviewer, and you will often be asked to provide examples of the skills that you’ve referenced. By prepared to talk about how you’ve successfully applied these on the job.

The Hard Truth about Soft Skills and Six Sigma

A limitation that I find in many Six Sigma training courses is the lack of emphasis and attention to developing a Belt’s soft skills. In fact, to be a successful process expert requires you be an effective communicator, negotiator, project manager, team leader, mentor and coach all in one, just to name a few. Developing these skills can significantly help you successfully implement Six Sigma and your career.

Great News

Six Sigma Team Building.com is developing an advanced training program that will cover the Top 10 Soft Skills plus. Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training is a prerequisite for our new Training Program.

Strengthening the soft skills for interviews and on your resume is one of the best investments you can make in your career, as they never go out of style. Plus, the rise in AI is only making soft skills increasingly important, as they are precisely the type of skills robots can’t automate.

How SixSigmaTeamBuilding.com can help you advance your career and:

  • Strengthen your resume keywords
  • Build world class improvement teams
  • Become results oriented and process focused
  • Satisfy the needs of the customer
  • Be a better leader
  • Be a better manager of people
  • Get more promotions
  • Higher salary
  • Save businesses hundreds of thousands of dollars
  • Job security
  • Qualify for top 10 soft skills
  • Problem-solving skills
  • More job opportunities
  • Soft skills for interviews

We can offer you 2 training courses that will encompass the Top 10 soft skills for interviews:

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification (Green Belt is a prerequisite for Team Building Training)

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New! Advanced: Lean Six Sigma Team Building Training Certification- Lean Six Sigma Green Belt is a prerequisite and must include Lean as its important in our Team Building Training strategy. This training is still is the development stage and will be completed with in the next couple of months. The first 30 participants can pre-register and receive a 50% discount. Payment is not required until the training is released and 100% refund if not satisfied.

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