[ adjective ] in demand by especially employers
Used in print(James Bryant Conant, Slums and Suburbs...)
In a_few places cooperative programs between schools and employers in clerical work have shown the same possibilities for allowing the student , while still in school , to develop skills which are immediately marketable upon graduation .
Vocational training which holds no hope that the skill developed will be in_fact a marketable skill becomes just another school `` chore '' for those whose interest in their studies has begun to falter .
They are in this sense skills marketable immediately on graduation from high_school .
Of_course , it can be argued that an ability to write English correctly and with some degree of elegance is a marketable skill .
[ adjective ] capable of being marketed
"the marketable surplus"