Hard skills are not enough anymore!

 

Is $5.00 cellphone lesson too expensive?



That is, if you spent $100,000 on getting your bachelor degree, how much would you spend on soft skills?

You can spend $5.00 a week for 85% success, OR $100,000 on a bachelor degree for 15% success.

Why a degree is not as important as before?

Some big companies are already eliminating degree requirement in their hiring process.

1.) PricewaterhouseCoopers Is Scrapping UCAS Points As Entry Criteria For Graduate Jobs
http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2015/05/01/pwc-scrap-ucas-points-entry-criteria-graduate-jobs_n_7189936.html


2.) Ernst & Young Removes Degree Classification From Entry Criteria As There's 'No Evidence' University Equals Success

"...It found no evidence to conclude that previous success in higher education correlated with future success in subsequent professional qualifications undertaken."

http://www.ey.com/uk/en/newsroom/news-releases/15-08-03---ey-transforms-its-recruitment-selection-process-for-graduates-undergraduates-and-school-leavers


3.) Penguin Random House Publishers Has Just Announced It's Scrapping Degree Requirements For Its Jobs
https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2016/01/18/penguins-random-house-scrapping-degree-requirements-jobs_n_9007288.html?1453113478




Earning power between those with soft skills vs. those not

World Bank said 30% more earning between those with soft skills vs. those who don't.
http://blogs.worldbank.org/impactevaluations/hard-measurement-soft-skills



Jack Ma says "Learn soft skills!"

Jack Ma said people cannot compete with machines in the future, nor should they. People must excel in soft skills in order to survive. IITTI's World Civility Index is a global standard in measuring soft skills, so get your digital credentials from it. Let's accumulate your personal World Civility Index points over time.
Video: https://www.facebook.com/worldeconomicforum/videos/10155081394521479/