These are skills that may be taught, defined, and measured. Hard skills are the opposite of soft skills, which are less tangible and harder to measure. Hard skills include job skills like typing, reading and writing, math, and the ability to use software programs; soft skills are personality-driven skills such as getting along with other people, and etiquette.
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