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Communicating information and ideas in writing.
Writing
Working in unpleasant environmental conditions.
Discomfort Tolerance
Exerting one's self physically over long periods of time.
Stamina
Adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing.
Calculating
Representing the orginization and communicating with persons outside the orginization.
Working With the Public
Orginizing people or activities to complete tasks.
Coordinating
Using work related experience.
Using Knowledge
Identifying items by similarities.
Categorizing
Taking on new responsibility and challenges.
Initiating
Providing leadership and direction to others.
Directing/Leadership
Wrking with computers by using programs or entering data.
Using Computers
Checking each item or task carefully.
Attention to Detail
Approximating distances, quantities, time, casts, resources, or materials.
Estimating
Understanding info and researching a conclusion to solve problems.
Decision Making
Developing or adapting equipment and technology.
Technology Design
Providing assistance, care, or service to others.
Assisting/Caring
Avoiding unethical behavior and being honest.
Integrity
Originating, designing, or creating new ideas, relations, systems, artworks, or products.
Creativity
Reorginizing information to get a better approach to problems.
Synthesizing
Providing advice or consultation to others.
Advising
Working in potentially dangerous conditions.
Hazards Tolerance
Working in a reliable and responsible manner.
Dependability
Dealing calmly and defectively with tense situations.
Stress Tolerance
Allocting financial resources.
Budgeting
Working with little ro no supervision.
Independant Work
Detecting the distance between objects.
Depth Perception
Working cooperatively with others.
Team Work
Examining info and using logic to solve problems.
Analyzing
Coordinating movements of the fingers.
Finger Dexterity
Detecting the difference between sound, pitch and loudness.
Sound Discrimination
Exerting force repeatedly or continuously.
Strength
Detecting the difference between colors, shades, and brightness.
Color Vision
Coordinating movemants of two or more limbs together.
Motor Coordination
Continuously performing the same action.
Repition Tolerance
Determining the cause and solution of an error.
Troubleshooting
Recognizing artistic or natural beauty.
Aesthetic judging
Correctly following a given set of rules to complete a task.
Follow Procedures
Using scientific methods to understand and solve problems.
Science Reasoning
Forming a mental image of how something will look after it's moved or parts are moved.
Visualizing
Focusing without being interrupted.
Concentrating
Listening to what people are saying and asking questions.
Listening
Moving quickly and correctly between two activities.
Rapid Response
Evaluating information against a set of standards or ensuring that it's correct.
Verifying Information
Striving to be the best.
Competitiveness
Judging the sucess or progress of an idea.
Evaluating
Developing approaches for implementing ideas.
Planning
Coordinating movements of the hand, arm and hand, or both hands.
Manual Dexterity
Communicating a position opposed to by others.
Confronting
Effectively using resources.
Efficiency
Understanding information and ideas presented in writing.
Reading
Setting up equipment, machines, or structures to meet qualifications.
Installing
Using control mechanisms or physical activity to operate machines.
Control Machines
Accepting change and variety in a workplace.
Flexibility
Writing computer programs.
Proggraming
Listening to what people are saying and asking questions.
Listening
Working continuosly despite interruptions.
Persistance
Accepting the long-term outcome of decisions.
Impact of Responsibility
Entering, transcribing, recording, storing or maintaining information.
Record Keeping
Checking equipment structures and products.
Inspecting
Bringing others together and trying to reconcile differences.
Negotiating
Using mathematical reasoning to understand and solve problems.
Math Reasoning
Convincing others to approach things differently.
Persuading
Teaching, guiding, or motivating others.
Instructing
Running, manuevering, navagating, or driving mechanized equipment.
Operating Vehicles
Locating and identifying info.
Info. Gathering
Maintaining machines, devices, moving parts and equipment.
Repairing
Determining the best use of human resources, finances, and material resources.
Managing Resources
Interacting with others to entertain or sell.
Performing
Managing the work environment to provide for the health and safety of others.
Safety of Others
Working with new material or info to understand the implications.
Active Learning
Detecting the difference between size, shape, and mass.
Shape Discrimination
Being aware of the feelings and needs of others.
Social Perception
Talking to others to convey information.
Speaking