English, 18.10.2019 11:00, Brookwiggington8814

Stacy is a network administrator at a publicity company. her co-workers often come to her when they can’t access files through the company’s computer network or when they have problems logging in to the company website. which skills are important for stacy’s job? a. speaking skills b. problem-solving skills c. writing skills d. math skills e. goal-setting skills

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