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As we journey further into the 21st century, apprehensions emerge among business leaders in American markets. These concerns do not go unwarranted or unnoticed. Contemporary data portrays a despondent picture regarding new graduate preparedness for the global workforce. The findings reveal that employers feel the new entrants are deficient in the21st century skills imperative for current market progress and profit. The critical 21st century skills employers demand are critical thinking anddoi:10.9743/jir.2013.8 fatcat:fjtnpqkou5ekhcwpchdrrztmfe