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Recent college graduates and employers agree that soft skills are important for workplace success.

Mastery of soft skills will lead to success.

Seventy-seven percent of graduates and 80 percent of employers agree that soft skills are important for success at their organizations.

Research conducted by the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation

Recent graduates and employers agree that a certificate course in soft skills training would be beneficial for college students.

Recent college graduates say a soft skills certificate course would have helped them. Employers agree.

Recent college graduates say a soft skills certificate course would have helped them. Employers agree.

Four out of five recent graduates say a certificate course that provided tips, tools and techniques to develop soft skills would have definitely or probably helped them, and that they would have invested personal time to learn these skills. Seventy-three percent of employers agree recent college graduates could benefit.

Certificate course on soft skills would help recent college graduates thrive on the job.

More than seven out of 10 recent graduates say they would have invested significant time for soft skills training while in college.

Research conducted by the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation