How to write your professional skills
In the resume, in the section "Professional achievements", write down what you could achieve in your profession in previous works, and in the section "Professionalskills "Specify exactly the points that helped you get similar results.
By filling in the item "Professionalskills ", Do not be too much sprayed and make a long list of all possible and impossible skills that you possess. Focus on the main thing, namely: on the skills that are required for the specific vacancy that you are applying for. Excessive versatility of the applicant can lead the employer to the idea that your knowledge is superficial or you are sly, trying to make the best impression.
Ability to negotiate, excellent computer skills and a foreign language (or several), the ability to resolve conflicts or excellent knowledge of the market - all this is an example of the description of your professional skills.
Write in the summary three or four sentences that will describe the main points of your work experience, for example: Five years of work as deputy chief accountant in the trade sector. Eight years of experience as chief accountant in the food industry. Excellent knowledge of 1C: Accounting.
Do not overemphasize the employer's attention to your personal qualities with the help of template words that are dazzling in almost every resume and cause only annoyance: "responsibility", "dedication", "diligence", etc.
The opinion about your personal qualities should be made up of your professional skills and achievements.