Generalizable Skills Needed for Cass County Workforce
Please complete the survey relating to the skills you feel are needed in your specific area of employment. This survey should take no more than 10-15 minutes to complete.
Name of Employer/Company *
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Type of career currently employed in *
Mathematics Skills
How important is it to have the following mathematics skills to be a successful employee where you work?
Whole Numbers *
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Skills relating to adding, subtracting, dividing and multiplying.
Fractions *
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Knowing how to read, write, and solve problems with fractions.
Decimals *
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Knowing how to read, write, and solve problems with decimals, including using money.
Percent *
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Knowing how to read, write, and compute percents.
Mixed Operations *
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Knowing how to convert fractions or decimals to another form or complete quick calculations.
Measurement & Calculation *
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Knowing how to read measurements, measure using various tools, and convert measurements.
Estimation *
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Knowing how to determine if solutions to mathematical problems are reasonable.
Communication Skills
How important is it to have the following communication skills to be a successful employee where you work?
Words & Reasoning *
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Knowing how to identify and use appropriate word choice in work communication.
Reading *
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Knowing how to read and gather data from multiple types of forms, including memos, graphs, manuals or other documents.
Writing *
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Knowing how to correctly fill out forms and edit other's forms.
Speaking *
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Knowing how to speak fluently with others and correctly use gestures or eye contact when speaking.
Listening *
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Knowing how to interpret nonverbal cues, ask questions for clarity, and take notes from spoken conversations.
Interpersonal Relations Skills
How important is it to have the following interpersonal relations skills to be a successful employee where you work?
Work Behaviors *
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Knowing how to work with and without supervision, work cooperatively, regularly be on time and take responsibility for actions.
Instructional & Supervisory Conversations *
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Knowing how to follow or give instructions for a task and provide feedback when needed.
Social Conversations *
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Knowing how to handle disagreements, criticism, and communicate with others while being task-focused.
Reasoning Skills
How important is it to have the following reasoning skills to be a successful employee where you work?
Verbal Reasoning *
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Ability to create, organize, explain and interpret concepts and ideas.
Problem Solving *
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Ability to identify problems, their causes, and the information needed to solve them.
Planning *
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Ability to analyze what is needed to complete a task, prioritize activities, and locate resources as needed.
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