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This set of professional skills can be used to determine which work is best for someone.

Example of use: The test yields that Marie has a good <term> for the project manager vacancy

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    Even when there is no exam or diploma learnt skills are commonly 'qualifications.' That doesn't fit your sentence because qualifications is plural. – Hugh Sep 16 '18 at 20:38
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skill set OED noun

a range of skills or capabilities, esp. a set of skills necessary or desirable for a person's participation in a particular field.

As in:

The test yields that Marie has a good skill set for the project manager vacancy.

  • +1 However, "right skill set" may fit better than "good skill set" in the context. – Kris Sep 17 '18 at 7:41
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Expertise:

expert skill or knowledge; expertness; know-how:

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Thus, your sentence would look like this:

The test has shown that Marie has the necessary expertise for the project manager vacancy.

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