The paper "Importance of the Development of Employability" is an outstanding example of a business case study. This report provides information on importance of employability skills, personal skills audit and personal development plan as well as a career plan. The goals were to show the importance of employability skills. Develop a personal development plan for year two. Understand how employability skills are transferable to the workplace. Results from the personal SWOT analysis show that I have strengths in problem-solving and decision making and weaknesses in public speaking skills. The personal development plan shows my action plan to enhance the strengths and improve the weakness and timelines set. From the report, it’ s clearly seen that employability skills are key requirements in the current industrial job market. Introduction A reflective statement detailing your rationale for enrolling in your BA (Hons) course Business enterprises are the drivers of the economy in any country they provide jobs, value to shareholders and taxes to governments. A degree in business management helps to strike a balance between theoretical and practical work thus students benefit from cutting-edge business techniques.
Business management degrees are known for having a high level of case-based learning.
Universities continuously use real-life examples thus students can apply their learning. If one chooses to follow an alternative path all together like starting a business enterprise after school one is assured that there are transferable skills one develops by undertaking a business management course. Skills include understanding how organizations operate, communication, decision making, time management, numeracy and presenting. Importance of the development of employability Employability skills are general skills that are vital for success in the modern job market at all levels of employment and careers. These skills have a number of names soft skills, workforce readiness skills, career readiness skills but they all speak to the same set of core skills that employers want.
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