Today’s Solutions: January 25, 2022

When you’re trying to get a job that a whole bunch of candidates are also applying for, there’s one skill that will make you stand out from the rest of the crowd: good writing. No matter your job description, companies are always looking for people who have a knack for writing. Here are three reasons why.

First, good writing correlates with crisp thinking. Writing provides excellent insight into the way someone’s mind works. Good writers have well-structured thoughts and an orderly outlook. Who doesn’t want great thinkers on their team?

Another huge reason is that clear, persuasive communication is the underpinning of a successful professional. Other skills matter a great deal, of course, but you’ll go further if you can express yourself well in writing. Whether you’re communicating with partners, customers, or coworkers, the way you write influences how people view both you and your company.

Lastly, if you’re a good writer, there will always be work for you to do. And if you’re not a good writer, there will sometimes be more work for your boss to do, because if they care about how you or the company is coming across, they’ll have to fix your written work.

If you don’t think your writing skills are up to par right now, no worries. We have seven tips for you right here that will help you become a better writer.

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