“Hard skills” encompass the technical knowledge you need to do your job. They might include analytical ability, or knowledge of particular software programs, or a design skill. “Soft skills” are all the other traits you need to get along with others and lead people. While your job may require specific technical skills, soft skills are more generally useful no matter what job you have and will serve you throughout your career.
Social Capital Is Like Money in the Bank
Building a network of colleagues and friends is an essential part of working and advancing in your career. Several techniques make it as painless as possible.
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