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    Is the following sentence acceptable?

    I would be perfect for this job because I am good with my boss and colleagues.
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    No, it's not a good enough reason to recommend yourself for a job.

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    "I have good-inter-personal skills." ......?

    This seems to be what people are writing these days.

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