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Faith Naone

very helpful.


Thank you for the information it is useful.

Joseph Hogue

Good information hope I get to use it in the very near future


Are my proof-reading and attention-to-detail skills something I can sell?
>>> 2. Communcation Style
is misspelled, should be "Communication".

constance terry

Helpful Thanks.


Helpful? Thanks for catching that typo.


Helpful? Yes those are skills you can sell.

Lisa Ballard Powell

I like that you gave examples of questions pertaining to each of the soft skills.

It will give me guidance when I practice at home to perfect my answers to this type of question.

Life Experience Degrees Accredited

Indeed. these are the very skills that an employer looks for, while he is conducting an interview. And these skills are not hard to develop.

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