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Enhance Your Career Prospects by Taking Charge of Your Education

Part II

Sunday, Feb 12, 2007

Examining Organizational Needs

What exactly organizations want? What do they expect of entry level positions? What are the common weaknesses among graduates that make them struggle during the early phase of their professional life?

Organizations need competent people with desired level of competencies in order to perform effectively in an increasingly challenging business environment. Competencies are knowledge, skills, abilities and personal characteristics that are necessary to perform a particular role effectively and efficiently. The following section describes some important competencies that organizations generally seek among job applicants, irrespective of their role and experience. The expected level of competence however varies with experience and job context.

Knowledge

Skills and Abilities

Personal Characteristics

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