How do you describe computer skills on a resume?
Here are some examples of computer skills you can include on your resume to show you are good with computers:
- Proficient in HTML coding.
- Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- Thorough understanding of social media and social media analytics.
- Knowledge of SEO techniques.
- Skilled in website troubleshooting.
What are the computer skills?
- Online researching.
- Editing documents.
- Creating presentations.
- Creating spreadsheets.
- Using word processing documents.
- Completing file and document management.
What are basic computer skills?
While basic computer skills include knowing how to type, understanding social media and having general web skills, there are several more to consider, such as:
- Productivity software.
- Operating systems.
- Presentation software.
- Digital marketing.
- Computer programming.
- Graphic design.
- Communication tools.
- Database management.
What are advanced computer skills?
Advanced computer skills, as defined by the ICAS Computer Skills Assessment Framework include Internet and email, computers, word processing, graphics and multimedia, and spreadsheets and databases.
How do you list computer skills?
Computer Skills Examples
- MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint, OneNote, Access)
- Google Drive (Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms)
- Spreadsheets (Excel, Google Sheets, OpenOffice Calc).
- Email (mail merge, filters, folders, rules)
- Presentations/Slideshows (Powerpoint, Google Slides, OpenOffice Impress, Tableu)
Should I put computer skills on my resume?
You don’t need to include all your computer skills, only the ones which the employer is looking for. However, if a job requires an extensive list of them which are central to the position, you should add a specific ‘computer skills’ section on your resume to give it prominence.