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What should you write for strengths and weaknesses for a secretary job application?

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Answered 2005-12-18 22:49:17

Keep it positive. Any strengths should be those that directly apply to the job (typing, writing, organizational skills, interpersonal skills). Keep "weakness" to things like "need to be a perfectionist" or that you procrastinate when it comes to filing (NO ONE LIKES FILING!) but that you've learned to overcome this by carving out a certain amount of time each morning to get filing done. Again, keep it positive. If you describe ANY weaknesses, also give an example of how you overcame it or how you plan to overcome it! ~ T

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