For example, your summary might read, “Marketing Associate with five years of experience in project management.
Skilled in conducting thorough market research and competitor analysis to assess market trends and client needs, and to develop appropriate acquisition tactics.” Secondly, you can include these critical thinking skills in your cover letter.
You can demonstrate critical thinking by using keywords related to this skill in your resume and cover letter, and during your interview.
Firstly, you can use critical thinking keywords (analytical, problem solving, creativity, etc.) in your resume.
By that I mean, it’s not just making assumptions, because we’re always making assumptions, accurate or inaccurate, it’s that I need to explicitly focus on what assumptions am I making and what questions should I be asking?
Or if I’m using a particular concept like is this fair?
He or she is typically more focused on how you arrive at your solution rather than the solution itself.
The interviewer wants to see you use analysis and evaluation (key parts of critical thinking). Analytical Part of critical thinking is the ability to carefully examine something, whether it is a problem, a set of data, or a text.
So clear, accurate, and relevant, those are three of the standards of critical thinking, and when you engage in critical thinking, what you do is you consciously, reflectively, pay attention to those standards.
And the third one, which is related to the other two, is that critical thinking by and large needs to be explicit.