Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Puzzling

There are many skills which are useful in the workplace. Some we learn after years of practice, some we learn when we start our careers and some we learn in education.
I'm not sure however, if the ones we learn in pre-school are particularly relevant.

"Analytical & Problem Solving skills * As a child, I always enjoyed building jigsaw puzzles and was always determined to find the missing piece."

He does not go on to mention that he has successfully given up his blanket, and no longer pisses his pants. Perhaps we shall never know.

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9 comments:

Laura Brasnan said...

There are many options in the life for survival, you chose only that way which you like and your passion.Sometime neither you academic nor your professional qualification work. only your personal ability take you on height.

Anonymous said...

LOL!

Resume Search said...

u r funny man!!! well if he telling the analytical skill then let him write dude!!! :)

Resume Writing said...

Very funny!!
In life we keep on learning and we grow as a human being. There are so many positive personality traits we can add to our resume. But I am afraid we can't add everything. We can write them in different words as you have written about analytical skills. :)

Wilmerdon said...

Do these dumbs actually get hired????

nisha said...

Great content. keep it up
mba

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