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TitleIntegrated Student Supports in Schools May Boost Lifetime Incomes for Students in Families with Low Incomes
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PublisherChild Trends
DateDecember 2022
Pages1 pp.
Description“Soft skills” are important for human capital development and workforce success. Nevertheless, a soft skills “gap” is noted by many employers. This white paper recommends a research-based set of key soft skills that increase the chance that youth ages 15–29 will be successful in the workforce.
Filed inDisparities > Education, Children & Youth > Education, Education > Student learning
TopicsChildren & Youth, Education
Added02/11/2016 09:54am
Updated01/19/2023 12:36pm

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