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Communication

"Usually what I list as a "weakness" in job interv..."

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Communication is the act of exchanging ideas and information with other people in a professional setting.

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When people ask "what is your one weakness" or other similar questions, I almost always list "communication".

More specifically, I struggle to explain my ideas because I assume that other people have the same knowledge and information that I do and I don't realize that they may not have jumped to the conclusions that I have discovered because it is obvious to me.

That being said, I am really good at analyzing data and coming up with ideas, but when it comes time to share them with others, that is an area in which I am rather weak. And sometimes it seems that communication skills are valued more than the ability to analyze or do research. Because if you can't share your findings... it's hard for others to get where you are.

I wish I could communicate with ease, especially verbal. I tend to struggle to know when it's my turn to talk and can either interrupt others or have long silences.

on October 28, 2015
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Usually what I list as a "weakness" in job interviews.
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