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Teresa Lovell 4 reasons why soft skills are in demand

Soft skills are set to rise by up to 36% by 2020.These predictions have shaken the business community, who are struggling to build a workforce with the necessary skills.

In our short animated video, we explore 4 key reasons for the soft skills demand...

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Teresa Lovell

Teresa Lovell, Design Specialist, Bray Leino Learning

Teresa creates all our infographics for us and they cover a wide range of topics. In her blogs she not only gives tips on software and design, but she also discusses other topics that catch her eye and she hopes you find them interesting.

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