Soft skills are non-technical skills that relate to how you work. Your soft skills tell your employer how well you work within a team – how you interact with people, how you solve problems and how you manage your work.
Some soft skills could include:
Experts tell us and research shows that in the future, a lot of jobs will be lost through advances in technology and automation. However, what will not be lost is the human behavioural understanding, which technology cannot replicate. These are needed more than ever in the future, and therefore we name them ‘Future Skills.’
Examples of future skills that employers will always be looking for include:
Although soft skills and future skills can overlap, the difference is that soft skills show how well you work with others, and future skills are the specific, transferable skills identified as being in demand, across all industries – in the future. There is a shift in the way industry trends are going and a shift in technology, so it is best to equip yourself with future skills which carry the most value when included in your CV.