Non Cognitive Skills and Personality Traits : Labour Market Relevance and their Development in Education & Training Systems *

@inproceedings{Schlotter2011NonCS,
  title={Non Cognitive Skills and Personality Traits : Labour Market Relevance and their Development in Education & Training Systems *},
  author={Giorgio Brunello Martin Schlotter},
  year={2011}
}
  • Giorgio Brunello Martin Schlotter
  • Published 2011
Non Cognitive Skills and Personality Traits: Labour Market Relevance and their Development in Education & Training Systems This paper reviews the empirical economic literature on the relative importance of non cognitive skills for school and labour market outcomes, with a focus on Europe. There is evidence that high cognitive test scores are likely to result not only from high cognitive skills but also from high motivation and adequate personality traits. This suggests that part of the… CONTINUE READING

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