– According to the Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce, young people do not learn well enough the right skills – such as a positive attitude and the ability to interact with others – to successfully enter the world of work. Business says that radical changes are needed to improve this situation.

– Numeracy, literacy, self-discipline and time management are the other main categories of abilities that should be taught better to get a higher adequacy between students’ education and the needs of the job market.

 

John Bridge, Chief Executive of Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce

 

 

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