Graduate skills needed by employers

Ernst and Young was the first prominent graduate employer to decide that its own entry criteria were a more accurate judge of job applicants than the degree classifications on their CVs. But similar moves away from a reliance on degree grades are now taking root at other big accountancy firms PwC and Deloitte, too.

Source: What skills do employers value most in graduates? | World Economic Forum

Grades? Nah. Extra-curricular activities? Nah.

Skills employers want include innovation, leadership, networking and design skills

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