Pew Research identifies "fundamental skills"

17.11.20 11:11 AM By Joshua Morby

National Work Readiness Council shares findings

The attached link to the article written by  Rakesh Kochhara senior researcher at Pew Research Center gives great insight into the types of skills employers are looking for. 

"Amid these changes, the most valued skills in the American workplace fall into the category of “fundamental skills” – active listening, speaking, critical thinking and reading comprehension. The skill that is currently most in demand among employers is active listening, or the ability to give full attention, take the time to understand, ask questions and not interrupt at inopportune times."

  

Pew Research findings