- n. Plural form of skill.
“The fact that you were not taught certain skills from a very young age (and no one is taught every skill imaginable) limits your potential vis a vis that skill.”
“Julie, known for her spin skills, is hired to the delight of Ty.”
“We keep throwing around the word "skills," but it seems the one skill that almost every job requires is the ability to write well, and too many graduates are lacking in that area.”
“Computer access for people who aren't on-line at home, and aren't lucky enough to have a good paying job, so that they can take classes and improve their skills is a must.”
“In fact, Labor Secretary Elaine Chao says American workers are simply suffering from what she called a skills gap.”
“Labor Secretary Elaine Chao today said American workers suffer from what she called a skills gap.”
“Mexicans are a proud people and bartering some work for your skills is a way of not offending them.”
“Now I feel as if I can combine my head, if you will, which is what I call the skills I have, with my heart.”
“BAE announced up to 230 potential redundancies in February including tradesmen, technical and white collar staff to solve what it called a skills imbalance.”
“One of the most powerful tennis psychology skills is that of goal setting.”
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