The Importance Of Communication In Communication

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Communication is something that you will need with any job you have. Communication is the key factor to any job, especially when you are dealing with different people on a daily basis. When it comes to communication, quality matters in virtually in every career, not just in those traditionally regarded as people oriented; communication skills are essential for doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals too (Adler, Elmhorst, & Lucas, 2013). In the medical field, poor communication is the reason why there are so many errors in their work. The careers that are involved in communication include advertising or marketing specialist, copywriter, account executive, program director, film editor, reporter, health educator, health communication analyst, press secretary, publicity manager, meeting manager, digital graphic designer, public relations officer, and there thousands of others. Communication skills are essential to…show more content…
When communicating the right way you have to have great listening skills; if you are not listening then how are you going to communicate rightfully. The purpose of teaching Technical English in engineering colleges is to improve the students’ communication skills; it has been found that students who have good communication skills have a better chance of doing well in the job market (Lakshmi, R., 2017). “Listen” means, “to give one’s attention to a sound” and “make an effort to hear something”; in the process of communication, the message should reach the receiver through a communication channel as intended by the sender (Lakshmi, R. 2017). Studies have found that students who have good communication skills in English have a better chance of doing well in the job market; hence, efforts are being made to improve the communication skills of the students at engineering colleges (Lakshmi, R. 2017). Most students who have good communication skills will have a better chance of doing well in the job
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