Video games could help young people succeed later in life

New research suggests gaming can help shape skills desired by employers once leaving university.
Playing video games could help young people develop valuable skills, such as communication and resourcefulness, that may help them succeed later in life. Glasgow University academic Matt Barr ran a s[...]

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