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Have you ever wanted to try something new, study new information or search for answers? This is what it means to be curious — and it’s a great skill! Our curiosity helps us make sense of new situations.

It's all about: observing, questioning and researching.

Your curiosity skill

We’ve likely all had an impulsive moment where we wanted to find out more information or try a new experience.

For example, you’ve been out walking and spotted a new route to explore. Or maybe in school you loved learning about a topic, so you spend the evening on Google researching more information.

Being curious gives you opportunities to learn new things and boost your confidence.

Top tips for developing your curiosity

  1. In general: Looking up things on YouTube you may have not heard of, or want to know more about.
  2. In school: Asking your teacher questions about a subject you’re learning about to help you understand it.
  3. In work: Speaking to the right colleagues and experts to make sure you can complete your task correctly.

Describing your curiosity to employers

Curiosity is a skill lots of employers are looking for. They want to know that you’ll ask lots of questions and listen to your teammates and managers.

Think about examples when you:

  • asked questions to get a better understanding of a task
  • researched lots of information to help you understand a topic or project
  • recognised and fixed a problem through research or questioning

Applying your skills

Explore different ways you can apply your skills and learn more about them.