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CHAPTER 2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES
jobs after they graduated. Also, if the trainings and learning"s in the journalism program will be used on the jobs suited for them.
International Journal of Intelligent Computing and Technology
This study is aimed to know the in-demand jobs of the Southeast Asian nations and to help the Filipinos what's the best career path they should take for a bigger chance of getting employed in 2017. This study is only limited not beyond the year 2017. This study will help job-seekers to what jobs they have the best chance being employed. A quantitative approach was used in this study. Data were acquired from the 10 members of the Association of the Southeast Asian Nations. Those data are the employment, enrolment, and survival rate of the professionals in each country, in which the countries differ. The countries also differ in their supply, skills, wages, and productivity. From all the acquired information, the researchers found out that the Philippines is second in the highest number of unemployed youth and ranks fourth in the employment rate.
Asia Proceedings of Social Sciences
Policy makers in the Philippines are focusing on the gaps between the knowledge and skills provided by higher educational institutions and the job opportunities available in the labor market. Graduates are often faced with challenges in looking for jobs right after graduation, thus, schools play a crucial role in ensuring that students are equipped with knowledge and competency skills. This study examines the level of employability and competence skills of the 309 graduating students taking up different degree programs of The Fisher Valley College located in Taguig City, Metro Manila. About 17.8% of the respondents are currently working and 21.7% wanted to work in the service sector. More than half of the total respondents wanted to work in the government. Most of the respondents will look for a job immediately after graduation. Communication skills are the most important of skills in order for them to get hired in their first job applications. The most important factor identified w...
This book begins by looking at the status of women in Filipino society and their place in the general socio-economic situation. It continues with sections on education and training in the Philippines and work and training. The next section reviews the constraints to women’s participation in training. In the summary the author gives a general overview of the situation of women and opportunities for work and training in the Philippines and offers some practical suggestions for the enhancement of women’s training and development.
Rannie C O N D E S Agustin
In Fourth Industrial Revolution and globalization era, since the neoliberal aggression that emerged after WWII to the current pandemic crisis, the labor market is in a constant and turbulent state of change which requires a skilled workforce capable of responding flexibly to the ever-changing market pressures and needs. The extraordinary technology advances merging the physical, digital and biological worlds create both huge promise and potential peril that changed our lives, works and relationship with one another, and human development. The speed, breadth and depth of this revolution is forcing us to rethink how countries develop, how organisations create value and even what it means to be human. The real opportunity is to look beyond technology, and find ways to give the greatest number of people the ability to positively impact their families, organisations and communities (World Economic Forum, N.d.). The Philippines’ ability to respond in international community level against the uncertainties brought by Fourth Industrial Revolution rests on foreign borrowings for infrastructure development to generate jobs to keep economy going; and “resiliency” false effort but overlooked the importance of a responsive working relationship between education and employment that allows more responsiveness of the education system to the labor market requirements that are reshaped drastically by the pandemic. The Filipinos need the ability to positively impact their families, organisations and communities. Do our HEI's students and graduates acquire updated knowledge, skills and competencies for abnormal and volatile job market?
Rene E Ofreneo
International Journal of Advanced Research
Mark Anthony Florese
Edgel Earl Abear
International Journal on Integrated Education
Patricia Leane Saguiped
Jayson Ryan De Leon
Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences
Lenis Aislinn Separa
The Miseducation of the Filipino
Micabalo, Sheila Marie G.
Asian and Pacific Migration Journal
Jayvann Carlo Olaguer
Stephanie C Plana
Jhon Ashlee G Madria
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research
Asia Pacific Journal of Management and Sustainable Development ISSN 2782-8557(Print)
Ryan O Tayco , Pio Supat
South African Journal of Higher Education
Kolawole Samuel Adeyemo
Mark Luke Godoy
Inocencia M Canon
Annals of Tropical Research
Asian Journal of Business and management
Lenis Aislinn C Separa
Verna Dinah Viajar
Aliyah Mikaela Tan
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