Skills Of Graduates On The Labor Market
The changes in paradigm made in education lately have brought new prospectives on the integration of university graduates on the labor market. The approach focused on developing skills and scientifically validated evidence prompted us to approach the issue of university graduates skills needed in order to integrate on the dynamic labor market. The analysis made led us to assess that for graduates as well as for employer the specific competences, acquired during the license and master program are as important as the transversal competences, skills. Our research is based on an analyze of master graduates point of view regarding the skills they developed during their studies and also the perspective of their trajectory after finishing studding, degree of employability on the field, concordance between the occupational skills covered and those required on the labor market and efficiency of traineeships as a rapport between personal development and knowledge.
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