Examples of Quantified Transferable Skill Statements

The following bulleted skill statements are illustrations of accomplishments that are quantified and specific.  Notice that each one starts with a transferable skill.  Besides the transferable skills from the Career Fit Test, here are others you can use.

  • Identified and developed a new merchandising strategy that resulted in $20,500 of additional profit.
  • Created and implemented a new inventory control system that increased product availability and led to 28% greater sales volume.
  • Initiated a new training program for service technicians that increased their productivity by 33% and saved the company $300,000 in non-recoverable labor expenses.
  • Researched, analyzed, and targeted a new market; then developed a unique sales strategy that resulted in $10,000 of recent sales.
  • Surveyed alternate transportation options for overseas shipments, then negotiated a more favorable contract that saved $28,000 a year.
  • Restructured lesson plans and developed a parent participation strategy that resulted in a 79% success rate in a reading program for at-risk children.
  • Recruited, trained, motivated, and supervised a new staff, which produced a $140,000 improvement in revenue.
  • Designed and implemented a new team support, cooperation, and motivational program that reduced employee turnover by 60% and increased efficiency.
  • Developed a workload distribution and resource utilization program, then retrained personnel, saving $8,000 in overtime expenses annually
  • Evaluated, created, and implemented new procedures for patient care and improved treatment reporting that achieved 80% greater effectiveness.
  • Utilized enhanced training ability, motivational skills, and leadership by example to produce a team that generated $175,000 in new sales.