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What Career Is Right for Me?

Choosing a career is arguably one of the most important decisions you'll make in your life. According to a Pew survey, the average U.S. worker clocks 38.7 hours a week. Assuming you work all 52 weeks, that's more than 2,000 hours dedicated to your job each year. If you don't enjoy your job and simply view it as a paycheck, it will take a toll on your emotional health...

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softskillsHIGH | 01/24/2019


What is the Meaning of Business Communication Skills?

Regardless of industry, communication is essential in the workplace. Workers must communicate with their coworkers, managers, customers and potential customers to assist the business in performing its operations. While most people have at least some business communication skills, it's important for...

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softskillsHIGH | 01/31/2019


Why it's Important to Learn Soft Skills in High School

While not a regular part of the curriculum, it's important for students to learn soft skills in high school. Also known as "people skills," soft skills are interpersonal skills that govern the way in which we communicate with each other. Everyone has soft skills, but some people have stronger soft skills than others...

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softskillsHIGH | 01/26/2019


Are High School Students Ready to Work?

The environment in which we, as a society, work has evolved over the years. Prior to the mid-19th century, most Americans worked in laborious jobs like mining, construction, metallurgy and woodworking. It wasn't until the advent of railroad transportation when the workplace evolved to a more administrative, less...

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softskillsHIGH | 01/20/2019

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