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Attitude is a stable, long-lasting, learnt predisposition to respond to certain things in a certain way, and attitudes are formed on the basis of beliefs (cognitive aspect), feelings (affective aspect) and intentions (conative aspect).
Access resource, available in EnglishThe project analysed the role and importance of transferable skills with regard to the employability, adaptability and occupationamobility of people on the labour market. This analysis is based in the first instance on existing experience and available information, including the findings of 18 sector studies (see European Commission 2009a) to identify future skills.
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