Critical Thinking Skills Use in Human Resources
The results of my career activities were quite similar to what the new requirements are in the Human Resources profession. “The top skills rated as more important today compared with two years ago for new entrants to the workforce were adaptability (47%) critical thinking (41%) and work ethic (31%)”. (Management, 2008) My personal results were high in organization, following instructions and work ethics. The sources skills don’t sound very similar to the Career Path results when comparing based on differences in categorizing and wording I feel confident that my skills will enable me to become a very successful part of the Human Resources workforce.
The Importance of Critical Thinking
The Department of Labor in the past few years