This is the opinion of Dan Hawes, co-founder of the Graduate Recruitment Bureau, who reckons that every student should aim to "make the most of their time at university".
In this respect, people should aim to do more than just learning the theory and information of their chosen course during the three years they are at a specific university.
Mr Hawes was keen to note that interpersonal skills have to expand past just group projects though, as anyone can give examples of these.
"If you have got out of your comfort zone, be it while you've had some work experience, voluntary experience, or organising something, that would make you more attractive to potential employers," Mr Hawes pointed out.
The expert added that any interpersonal skills picked up during a person's university years should be mentioned on a CV, in order to display a diverse range of skills.
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Posted by Nikki Barrister
Original: Salespeak News