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That one, coming amid a terrifying financial crisis that the speaker described in surprisingly mild terms (“our economy is badly weakened”), had been a surprisingly pedestrian call for unity, for abandoning “stale political arguments” and “worn-out dogmas.”
"Surprisingly or maybe not surprisingly, they're skills that probably the majority of jobs are looking for — good leadership qualities, good followership qualities, the ability to interact with people, a strong depth in their technical discipline," Roemer told Business Insider, adding: "I mean, just everyday people skills."
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Surprisingly or maybe not surprisingly they're skills that probably the majority of jobs are looking for — good leadership qualities good followership qualities the ability to interact with people a strong depth in their technical discipline Roemer told Business Insider adding I mean just everyday people skills