Employability Framework and Personal Skills

The Article by Adams identifies three key employment pillars. Adams questions the ability of an employee to work well with a team, make decisions and solve problems. These are the the most important skills for the employers when deciding which new college graduates to hire, (Adams 2014, p.1). It is true that the contemporary employers are no longer seeking robot, who will be controlled to work (Schermerhorn 2008). They are looking for autonomous individuals who can work with less control, but with people (Cappelli 2008). I am among the few candidates endowed with the three employment pillars, which Adams enumerates.

I am a decision maker and an innovator. Adding simple puzzles to understand the entire problem is a core competence, but I do not stop there. It is my nature to go the extra mile. Solving problems cannot fulfill my demands, but more eager to change the status quo. I always want to generate new ideas, and model innovations, far much better than the existing. The str...