Importance of Soft Skills and Its Improving Factors

Ashok Kumar, Prabhu Nath Singh, Shagufta N Ansari, Sanjay Pandey


Soft talents are those that have to do with how someone operates. Interpersonal skills, listening skills, communication skills, time management, and empathy are examples of soft skills.  Any talent that may be defined as a personality characteristic or habit is considered soft. Students should acquire soft skills both for the benefit of their education and for the sake of their professional employment since they are directly related to greater academic accomplishment. This study focused on the benefits of soft skills and why these skills are important for students as well as for the employee. This study also discussed the difference between soft skills and hard skills, the significance of the soft skills, steps to improve soft skills, and the various types of soft skills. Soft skills are very important for students, both in terms of their education and in terms of their future professions. Students who acknowledge the importance of soft skills early on are better able to master their studies, finish their student obligations with ease, make more connections with people who may be important in the future, as well as present themselves more effectively to professors who may play a key role in their career prospects.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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