‘Communication skills’ are required in job-hunting of young people. While people regard ‘communication skills’ as important, there are often some aspects of‘communication skills’ that people perceive negatively. This study investigated undergraduate students’attitudes toward ‘communication skills’. These attitudes were assessed using five factors: versatility, uncertainness, excessive demands, absoluteness, and possibility of measurement. Undergraduate students with job-hunting experience appreciated versatility more so than inexperienced students. Furthermore, students with high score on locus of control felt less uncertainness than the low group. Finally, it was suggested that the attitudes toward communication skills are independent of social skills levels.