In the 21st century, employers are steadily embracing a truth supported by years of HR studies: when it comes to candidate selection, attitude matters just as much as aptitude. And possibly even more. The applicants most likely to thrive in a given position aren’t always the ones with the most experience and training, especially at the entry level; They’re the ones with the ability to embrace a new culture, fit it, and get along with others in the workplace. If you have what it takes to adjust to the needs and personalities of those around you—including references such as: coworkers, bosses, clients, and vendors—you’ll be better poised for success. Here are a few simple ways to demonstrate this adaptability in your resume.