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Interpersonal skills help you start and maintain good relationships. They’re life skills that help you successfully interact with acquaintances, friends, and co-workers. They are soft/behavioral skills that every recruiter is looking for when they call you for a phone interview or have you come in when they meet you in person. It’s your body language, how you respond to questions, the questions you ask, they way you receive information, the way you work with others, the way you deal with clients. In short; interpersonal skills are essential to everyday life - let alone to getting your first job.
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