|posted: 4/7/2021 at 5:50:53 PM ET|
Three types of work Conditionally, each position can be placed in one of three categories. It is important that you learn from them exactly what you do, and then begin to develop certain skills you can try this out. Work that requires "hard" skills and a little - "soft" Here is an opportunity to achieve great success, even with difficulties, for example, in communicating with colleagues. A common example is physicists and programmers. Jobs that require the same level of "hard" and "soft" skills Most positions are in this category. For example, lawyers - they need to know the law, but also need to find common ground with clients. Here, other things being equal, someone who focuses on both "hard" and "soft" skills will get a good job. Jobs that require "soft" and a little "hard" skills For example, sales. The seller does not need to know how the car he is selling works (he can, but does not have to). Success here depends more on the ability to "read" their customers, persuade and negotiate.