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Unformatted text preview: they normally opt to keep a job unfilled than hire a weak communicator. Page 22: Four out of five hiring personnel list writing as the most important communication skill when considering entry-level candidates, and all respondents stated that they expect college graduates to be able to write proficiently. Page 27: Sixty-five percent of respondents stated that they expect weak writers to acquire writing skills on their own if they are not learning the skills in school. Source: Summer 2010 Study: Writing and Communication Skills Essential to Workplace Success, The Communication Almanac , written and published by The Communication Almanac, 2010 ....
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