Parents simply missed one small decision that could have made their children become more ready to face employers. Employers don’t simply look for someone with a college degree; they want capable employees who will help take their companies to the next level. But isn’t my child capable as a graduate?
There is more to getting a good job with a good salary than just a college degree. Regrettably, parents simply missed one small decision that could have catapulted their child to the top of the list…
And that decision is…
Giving your child the opportunity to dramatically improve his communication skills as well as his English.
In the Philippines, if you are not from the “Big Four Universities,” chances are, you do not get a job easily and a good paying one at that. Even worse, you would still need to compete against hundreds of thousands of recent graduates from countless other schools for what is left.
According to the People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP), a whopping 40% of college graduates to do not get jobs because three key competencies: critical thinking, initiative, and communication skills.
So what does this mean? It means that hiring managers are fortunately no longer looking at just the Big Four.
In fact, top employers prefer those who can solve problems, take initiatives, and communicate effectively, regardless of what school they come from. This is the one thing that parents of graduates from the Big Four have always known: to make sure that their children think critically and communicate effectively.
Actually, this is the one thing that ALL parents have always known, but have always refused to act on.
Isn’t it time to finally make that one decision that could change the future of your child forever? Isn’t it time to put your child in an English and communication class as early as now?
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