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Employers are looking less at grades and are instead hunting for employees with high levels of soft skills, like emotional intelligence. Not only are they valuable to companies, but those with high EQ's (Emotional Quotient) make an average of $29k more per year than those with low EQ's.
How so? This infographic explores what EQ is and how it can be your ticket to success in the workplace: The Real Value of Emotional Intelligence.
About Matt Krumrie
In addition to writing resumes, Krumrie has published over 2,000 career and job search articles for CollegeRecruiter,