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Session 3 Transferable Skills

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Tonya Vaden

on 30 October 2017

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Transcript of Session 3 Transferable Skills

R U Employable?
Got transferable skills?....
What Employers Want!
Soft Skills are....
Ready or NOt?
Is entering the workforce an option?
Is a college degree all you need to enter the workforce?
Having the knowledge is not always as important as being able to access the knowledge! WHAT?
Can Google make you Employable? HUH?
Educational Journey....
comes to an end!!!!
Do you want...
Transferable Skills
Transfer of knowledge from one situation to another
Whose Job is it?
Do you have all the Ingredients to KEEP a JOB?
Character
Productivity
Attendance
Respect
TEamwork
Cooperation
Communication
Attitude
Tolerance
Commitment
Side Note.....

7 out of 10 People lose or quit their jobs for one REASON....
They can not get along with the people they work for or with.

Do we Teach YOU RELEVANT INFORMATION?
Survey Says....
What does this mean?............It means that the skill sets of individuals don't MEET THE SKILL SETS required of the current economy!!! (this creates unemployment)
what does this mean......
Not enough go, finish, or finish with the right skills....
93% of U.S. employers say soft skills are "weighted more heavily" when looking at job candidates than a candidates academic credentials
Sigh.......
Only 16% f 18-34 year olds surveyed see soft skills as necessary for career advancement.
47% of employers think young workers have a poor work ethic
Why....Why...Why?
Skills GAP!!
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