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1 Trustworthy: to have belief or confidence in the honesty, goodness, skill or safety of a person, organization or thing.

2 Responsibility There’s no question that all employers desire employees who will arrive to work every day - on time - and ready to work, and who will take responsibility for their actions.

3 Goal Aim or purpose; the end toward which effort is directed.

4 Experience Knowledge or skill that one gets from doing, seeing or feeling something; the experience a person already has of working

5 Attitude A feeling or opinion about something or someone; a mental position with regard to a state (a "negative" or "positive" attitude).

6 Value How important or useful something is; "value" can be used to describe something's basic worth (how important or useful people find it) or monetary worth (how much something costs).

7 Personal Hygiene Taking pride in one’s appearance for the workplace by paying attention to cleanliness in appropriate clothing and body.

8 Skill The ability to do an activity or job well, especially because you have practiced it.

9 Reliability Capable of being relied on; dependable.

10 Opportunity The chance to do something you want to do, advance, or progress; the chance to get a job

11 Network/Networking Using friends, family, and people in organizations that you know to help you find a job

12 Interest The desire to learn about and/or be involved in a particular field or topic; activities that you enjoy doing or subjects that you like to learn about and spend time studying

13 Dependability If someone or something is dependable, you can trust them or have confidence in them.

14 Tenacity Employers seek job-seekers who love what they do and will keep at it until they solve the problem and get the job done.

15 Work Ethic Productive worker with solid work ethic who exerts optimal effort in successfully completing tasks.

16 Hard-Working continually doing a lot of work.

17 Dedication to give completely your energy, time, etc.

18 Flexibility Deals with openness to new ideas and concepts, to working independently or as part of a team, and to carrying out multiple tasks or projects.

19 Adaptability Highly adaptable, mobile, positive, resilient, patient risk-taker who is open to new ideas.

20 Morality relating to the standards of good or bad behavior, fairness, honesty, etc. which each person believes in, rather than to laws.

21 Integrity Employers probably respect personal integrity more than any other value, especially in light of the many recent corporate scandals

22 Teamwork Because so many jobs involve working in one or more work-groups, you must have the ability to work with others in a professional manner while attempting to achieve a common goal.

23 Detail Oriented: to complete tasks with awareness of the details.

24 Creativity: The ability to make something that has not previously existed; being able to identify new approaches

25 Leadership: The capacity to guide others.

26 Productive: resulting in or providing a large amount or supply of something.

27 Negotiation: to have formal discussions with someone in order to reach an agreement with them.

28 Compromise: an agreement in an argument in which the people involved reduce their demands or change their opinion in order to agree

29 ATTITUDE: Attitude is the way we reflect our values. I am an
optimist. I tend to look on the bright side and work hard to find something positive in each situation and each person. This comes from my values.

30 Personal Growth: Continual self-exploration in all areas of your life.

31 Personal Code of Ethics:
A set standard of guiding principles that you live by.

32 Honesty: Telling the truth and expecting the same behavior from others.

33 Expertise: Having the ability to do activities, or have knowledge beyond that of others.

34 Risk: Willingness to forego security to achieve a desired goal.

35 Excitement: To go beyond the comfort level of others.

36 Variety: Being free from routine.

37 Service to Others: Contributing to the well-being of others.

38 Stability: Unchanging, predictable

39 Security: Being assured of job stability.

40 Prestige: Being viewed by others with honor.

41 Recognition: Notice received for achievements, work tasks, academic achievements, community service, etc.

42 Willingness to Learn. No matter what your age, no matter how much experience you have, you should always be willing to learn a new skill or technique. Jobs are constantly changing and evolving, and you must show an openness to grow and learn with that change.

43 Ability to Work With Little or No Supervision.
While teamwork is always mentioned as an important skill, so is the ability to work independently, with minimal supervision.

44 Self-Motivated: can rely on one’s self to find a reason to complete something. Doesn’t need someone else to get the job done.

45 Self-Confidence. Look at it this way: if you don’t believe in yourself, in your unique mix of skills, education, and abilities, why should a prospective employer? Be confident in yourself and what you can offer employers.

46 Professionalism Deals with acting in a responsible and fair manner in all your personal and work activities, which is seen as a sign of maturity and self-confidence; avoid being petty

47 Passion The job-seekers who get hired and the employees who get promoted are the ones with drive and passion -- and who demonstrate this enthusiasm through their words and actions.

48 Energy the total of all your power and ability to be mentally and physically active.

49 Motivation: enthusiasm for doing something or the need or reason for doing something.

50 Positive Attitude hopeful and confident, or giving cause for hope and confidence.

51 Loyalty Employers want employees who will have a strong devotion to the company -- even at times when the company is not necessarily loyal to its employees.

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