Soft skills are easy to think of, like those “nice-to-have” abilities employers yearn for in a candidate. Think communication, collaboration, and creativity – these skills may be lacking in today’s business graduates, but they are essential for future employment and working freely in a team environment. On the other hand, hard skills are transferable, applicable skills learned from practical experience or taught through education – these might include accounting software, for example, or even some basic coding skills. A business with employees that have excellent soft skills but lack hard skills will not run smoothly – often creating a stressful atmosphere for those involved.

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