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Arensdorf, J. (2009). The perceptions of employability skills transferred from academic leadership classes to the workplace: A study of the FHSU Leadership Studies Certificate Program ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing. 3358770.
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Ogbeide, G. (2006). Employability skills and students’ self-perceived competence for careers in the hospitality industry. University of Missouri - Columbia, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing. 3284791.Doctoral dissertations are original contributions to scholarship. As a condition for receipt of the doctorate, all students are required to execute a publication agreement with ProQuest UMI Dissertation Publishing granting ProQuest non-exclusive rights to reproduce, distribute, and sell their dissertations. If a dissertation includes copyrighted material beyond fair use, the author must obtain permission from the holder of the copyright.Mitchell, G. W. (2008). Essential soft skills for success in the twenty-first century workforce as perceived by Alabama business/marketing educators. Auburn University, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing. 3348282. Ayres, Katherine Leah. Distinguishing the impacts of prey availability and vessel traffic on an endangered killer whale (Orcinus orca) population. Ann Arbor, MI, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 2011. UMI Publication Number 3501508 Collation of the original: 104 p. (doctoral)--University of WashingtonLent, N.. From commodity to activity: a theoretical and empirical exploration of the relevance of activity theory to graduate employability Lancaster University (United Kingdom), ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing. U566439.Szedlmayer, Michael Thomas. An experimental study of the velocity-forced flame response of a lean-premixed multi-nozzle can combustor for gas turbines. The Pennsylvania State University. ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing. 2013.