21st-century skills are acknowledged to be essential to thrive in today’s world. Experts divide 21st-century skills into three groups: learning skills, digital literacy skills, and life skills. These groups contain hard and soft skills that help workers adapt to the modern world’s changes and trends. Learning skills – critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication – are some of the most important skills to master. Life skills allow people to find new ways of thinking and problem-solving and develop greater self-awareness. Employers consider life skills just as necessary as academic performance, making them a great advantage when applying for a job. Digital and information literacy skills are a must for people to create and share digital information.
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