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Emotional Intelligence deemed more important than experience

New research has found that employers are placing greater importance on Emotional Intelligence or Emotional Quotient (EQ) over employee experience or education.

The competence to be aware of, control and express emotions and the ability to handle interpersonal relationships with empathy are both examples of EQ – the extent of a person's intelligence.

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