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In Are they really ready for work writers Jill Casner-Lotto and Linda Barrington conducted research on resources and labor-management issues to see what skills were necessary to obtain in the in the 21st century workforce And also to see if the entrants from all the different levels posses the right skills they need for the job Young people need a range of skills both basic and academic skills as well as the ability to apply those skills and knowledge in the workplace This is significant because it is the center point of the whole article they are trying to gather information to see If kids from the high school level two and four year colleges posses those basic academic skills that these corporations are looking for They have four of the most important skills Oral and writing work ethic teamwork and critical thinking According to the sentence you need to have basic academic skills but you have to be able to obtain the information that you have been given and be able to apply it in the workplace of your choosing Coming from the results of the study the younger and less experienced the less inadequately prepared you are going to be After looking over the top categories and trends they have come to the conclusion that a four year college graduate has an overall success rate of 95 compared to a student with only a high school diploma with a 70 After reading the article it seems to be very clear and straight forward and kind of frustrating What it says to me is there is no way that anyone can be marketable if they dont get a four year college degree They can still be employed but there are only going to be certain jobs that they will be able get because they are going to look for the best qualified for the job and they will not settle for less But
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