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Finding skills to put on a resume is a process that is extremely important. You can't just blurt out skills because they look "cool". Each skills in your resume should very clearly match what is asked in the job description. Googling "what skills to put on a resume" will not really help you in this case.
You need to put in a bit of work, research the company and the role to understand the kind of skills they need. Mind you, some of the skills they need may not necessarily be written in the job description.
These are what I call "unwritten requirements". The unwritten requirements happen for variety of reasons, such as; HR not knowing what the job really involves and she doesn't consult with the hiring manager to understand the full details.
As I mentioned, finding skills to put on a resume requires a bit of thinking, study, careful planning and filtering.