When it comes to landing a job, experience and education aren't the only things that matter. Employers also look at your job skills to make sure that you have what it takes to not only do the job properly but grow in the position. If you improve your marketable job skills, you can make yourself stand out from the other job candidates.


  1. 1 Decide what job skills you need now. If you work in a warehouse, your time may be better spent learning more hands-on type activities and leaving the spreadsheets and reporting software for the boss upstairs. If you work with people, brush up on your people skills and hone some management skills. What you need to focus on depends greatly on your current job--and the one you want.
  2. 2 Analyze your current skill set for weaknesses. Take a good hard look at yourself, and figure out what you need to improve. This is never an easy task, but it's crucial if you want to improve your marketability. If you don't know your way around a computer, don't try to fake it; work on making that skill better.
  3. 3 Create a plan of action. If you need to improve your computer skills to be more marketable, develop a course of action that will prepare you for the next phase in your career. This may involve taking classes at the local college or trying your hand at self-paced online courses.
  4. 4 Remember that practice makes perfect. You won't master everything overnight, but with practice you'll see yourself improving in the areas in question.

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