The work history section is a good place to list employment skills on a resume. The additional skills section is a second place job-related skills can be listed on a resume.
Focus on brevity and action words when listing employment skills. Rather than providing a long, detailed description of daily work duties at a previous job, focus on the action. For example, say, "Managed a team of five laborers" or "Successfully engaged with clients to increase company profits by 75 percent." These types of action-focused statements let potential employers review skills to see where applicants may, or may not, fit into an open position.