Over at Quartz, Dan Kopf reports on a recent study from the Hamilton Project, an initiative of the Brookings Institution, that "points out that while social skills had almost no impact on likelihood of future employment for those born in the late 1950s and early 1960s, they have large employment effects for those born in the early 1980s." The economy has changed, and with it the skills you need to thrive as an employee. Since so much of the economy is based on service and customer relations, having the ability to interact with other human beings in a beneficial matter is, well, more than a little important. Read Kopf's full story at Quartz.

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