Are the commas in the right places in the following sentence?
I want to combine my experiences in software development and network administration with the skills I acquired at university in one job.
It's grammatically correct; but
I suggest something more like:
Remember: nobody really cares what you say you want; everybody knows it's just a conventional sentence you have to include. Use it to say what you want your prospective employer to hear, which is those pieces I label CHARACTERIZE.
The sentence is correct without any commas. The prepositional phrases (with the..., at uni... and in one...) do not need to be separated from the main clause and in fact, belong with it.