By Hannah Urano, Social Media and Blogging Intern
According to Binghampton University, as you begin your job search or consider careers that would be right for you, it is important to know what you are good at and what you enjoy doing. Over the years, you have developed many skills from coursework, extracurricular activities, internships, jobs and your total life experiences. If you’ve researched, written, edited and presented papers for classes, you’ve used skills that are not limited to any one academic discipline or knowledge area but are transferable to many occupations. A prospective employer expects you to apply the skills you have learned through your studies, work, and life experiences to the work environment.