transferable skills

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Are skills that are developed in one context but which can be used in other contexts. Traditional apprenticeship, for instance, allowed craft workers to develop skills that could be used by a broad range of employers. The opposite of transferable skills are company-specific skills that are appropriate to a particular technology or business process but which attract no premium on the external labour market.

Subjects: Human Resource Management.

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