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Was bindet junge Akademiker an Arbeitsplätze in der Region? Ergebnisse einer Online-Umfrage bei MINT-Studierenden in NRW

  • Leisering, Benedikt
  • Rolff, Katharina
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    54 Prozent der befragten MINT-Absolventinnen und -Absolventen favorisieren einen zukünftigen Arbeitsplatz in NRW. Für 31 Prozent ist der Ort irrelevant, 15 Prozent wollen NRW verlassen. MINT-Absolvent/inn/en erwarten von Unternehmen insbesondere ein angenehmes Betriebsklima, interessante Arbeit und Sicherheit des Arbeitsplatzes. Gehalt, Kinderbetreuung und gute Verkehrsanbindung sind nachrangig. Für MINT-Akademiker ist die Lebensqualität in der Region ein entscheidender Attraktivitätsfaktor, Bildungsangebote spielen eine eher unbedeutende Rolle. Für die Wahl eines Arbeitsplatzes ist der regionale Standort entscheidender als Gehalt und Image des Unternehmens. Geburts- und Wohnort während des Semesters wirken sich entscheidend auf eine positive Attraktivitätsbewertung der Regionen aus. Attraktivste Regionen sind Köln/Bonn Düsseldorf und die Metropole Ruhr.

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    Paper provided by Institut Arbeit und Technik (IAT), Westfälische Hochschule, University of Applied Sciences in its series Forschung Aktuell with number 03/2012.

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    Date of creation: 2012
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    Handle: RePEc:zbw:iatfor:032012
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