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Are You Career Ready?

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on 14 July 2016

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Enhancing your "Soft Skills"
*All General Education courses must be completed with a "C-" or better
"Soft skills" are personal attributes that describe an individual's ability to interact with others. Soft skills, also known as people skills, complement hard skills to enhance an individual's relationships, job performance and career prospects. It's often said that hard skills will get you an interview but you need soft skills to get -- and keep -- the job.
General Education Courses
Areas A-E
Area A: Basic Subjects
More Soft Skills
Area D: Individual & Society
Connecting Soft Skills to College General Education Courses
Top 10 "Soft Skills" Employers Seek
Are You Career Ready?
A recent survey conducted by Career Builder to hiring managers and human resource professionals indicates the top 10 soft skills that companies say they look for.

These "10 soft skills" are not the only soft skills that are needed for a job. Sacramento State's Career Handbook has a list of soft skills that are relevant in any career field.
Are You Career Ready?
Source: http://searchcio.techtarget.com/definition/soft-skills

General Education (GE) courses are designed to educate students in a holistic sense. Students should select courses in subjects areas that actively challenge their world views or cherished assumptions and offer new experiences, such as inquiry-based or community-based learning.

GE courses can help students enhance their "soft skills" in their career-related field.
career-ready person
effectively navigates pathways that connect education and employment to achieve a fulfilling, financially-secure and successful career. A career-ready person is proficient in the core academic subjects, as well as, in technical topics. A career-ready person has a good understanding of their interests, talents and weaknesses and a solid grasp of the skills and dispositions necessary for engaging in today's fast-paced, global economy.
Source: http://careerreadynow.org/docs/CRPC_4pagerB.pdf
California State University, Sacramento Center for College and Career Readiness
website: www.csus.edu/ccr
"Based on data, acquiring a college degree is important, but may take a backseat to an applicant's personality. In fact,
of hiring managers felt that colleges are only "somewhat preparing" students for the working world.
of Human Resource Professionals reported that candidates are "unprepared" and
said they have a "bad attitude" when interviewing".
Introduction courses to written and oral communication, as well as, critical thinking and analytical skills.
Area B: Physical Universe & Life Forms
Scientific and Mathematical literacy. An exploration of "science & mathematics as forms of human knowledge and inquiry".
Area C: Arts & Humanities
Introduces an individual to cultural awareness, as well as an exploration of creative and innovative thoughts and ideas.
An introduction to societal and individual awareness.
Area E: Understanding Personal
Understanding personal growth, making connections to real world challenges, and make connections/comparisons across perspectives.
*More information on General Education courses can be found through the CSUS Catalog: http://catalog.csus.edu/12-14/first%20100%20pages/ge.html
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