RedPill Posted January 12, 2014 Share Posted January 12, 2014 What do you all think about including a technical skills section on a CV? Like the objective section on a CV, I feel it's a little dated. I see few if any faculty members with skills listed on their CVs. However, for students, I feel it might be just that thing to land you that acceptance or internship. Especially for me, having come from a STEM background, I would like to show that I was active in the sciences before transitioning over to the social sciences. A technical skills section is usually used in STEM fields. You write things like "acid/base titrations or gas chromatography or R or STATA." Whatever skill you feel is noteworthy, you write down. This is an example for a job, but the same notion applies. http://executive-action.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Skills-CV.bmp Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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