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What skills and the skills employers want?

Looking for space? Wondering what their employees to their superiors and employers want? What most companies take graduates? What profession for prospective employers want?

Looking for space? Wondering what their employees to their superiors and employers want? What most companies take graduates? What profession for prospective employers want?

Everything depends on education – requirements for workers with a certificate of course differ from those which are requested to undergraduates. Another factor that can affect many things, is also the number of employees at the company where you are looking for work.

These are the results of the investigation conducted by the National Institute of Vocational Education (NÚOV) between 700 companies. The study, entitled The needs of employers and the readiness of graduates to enter the labor market NÚOV published in January 2005.

Among the quality is generally required expertise in the field, ability to make decisions and take responsibility, solve problems and continue their education. For graduates of vocational schools, according to study results, expected performance of manual workers and professional occupations and the ability to read and understand work instructions and willingness to learn. Graduates need to handle working with computers, be adaptable and flexible. It is expected also the ability to take responsibility.

From the people who graduated from college, employers expect significantly higher level of knowledge and skills than to just seniors. The rise in claims for college students can compare almost annually. Compared to 2000, employers are more demanding on the art of communicating in a foreign language, solve problems and take responsibility.

According to survey results 17% of graduates are engaged staff. Most open to them are large companies (over 500 employees), then the company employing between 100 to 250 people. The smallest is the interest while the unskilled labor force, people with secondary and higher vocational education are relatively easy job.

Graduates have several advantages that outweigh the eyes of their employers' biggest problem – no practice, namely the newly acquired knowledge, you control the PC and unencumbered by earlier work habits.

Employers are missing personnel from the fields of engineering and engineering, IT and electrical industries, telecommunications and computer technology.

Source: Study NÚOV needs of employers and the readiness of graduates to enter the labor market




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