Soft Skills over Technical Ones, Who Would You Hire?

With the season of high school and college graduations upon us Georgia labor leaders are highlighting the lack of soft skills among graduates. They say more can be done to educate our kids for life after the classroom.

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Daniel - 5/9/2014 11:04 AM
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Mark Butler hit on the main problem in the third paragraph when he identified that these skills were not being taught in the home. I find it troubling that the solution to this problem is more government intervention, more instruction in middle and high schools, and more classes at the college level. Who will pay for this? Taxpayers, of course! But the real problem has already been identified: Lack of instruction in the home. Is it now becoming evident to you the disastrous effects that the breakdown of the family will have on society? Here is but another example.
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