Being able to think critically is one of the top skills employers look for when hiring. What does this mean? It's the ability to identify and respond to needs based on an understanding of situational context and logically analyzing information presented to you.
Wondering how you can demonstrate this skill to employers? Some sample behaviors include multitasking well, making decisions and solving problems using sound judgment, and proactively anticipating needs—do this, and you’ll be sure to impress! Stop by the CPDC this fall to talk about how to gain critical thinking and other skills employers are looking for.