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I was reading a thread on Reddit about "what is a skill someone can learn in 6 months that will impress employers on a resume". I pose you the same question, but physicist wannabe oriented. Which are those real world useful skill for physicists that just aren´t taught on college?

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This belongs on [careers.so]. –  Dimensio1n0 Dec 12 '13 at 11:16

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