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It’s not surprising that "human skills" or "soft skills" such as creative problemsolving, are one of the top skills employers look for in new hires. Although these social and emotional competencies rank high on the list of desired employee traits, less and less young adults enter the workforce ready with what many employers feel should be innate social and emotional skills.