Theories Of The Theory Of Employability By Yorke And Knight

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This theory is anchored on the theory of employability by Yorke and Knight, (2004) which states that employability as the outcome of one’s learning, achievements and understanding of personal skills to be successful in employment in their chosen career. Furthermore, employability can broadly explained in three ways: first is immediate employment, which states that most graduate seek an immediate employment for experience in short period of time and to clear some of their student debts before seeking more permanent job and it will serve as their preparation into a graduate level job. Second is immediate employability, which focuses on work readiness of the graduate to cope with the demand without requiring additional trainings to do so, for…show more content…
Filipino in general dream high and aim big for their future stability. They can only get satisfaction when they get a high paying job followed by personal satisfaction to travel to see new places and experience their culture, then health, education, and participation As emphasized in table 4 when grouped according to gender, education has significantly different. This means that both male and female has less interest when it comes to education after they graduate. When grouped according to program enrolled, Personal Satisfaction, Education, and Participation were significantly different. This means that the program enrolled matters to the respondents when it comes to personal satisfaction, education, and participation. When in grouped in terms of economic status the respondents want to do something that can make them happy. Regardless of what status they belong. As emphasized in table 7, civil status has nothing to do to respondents future developmental thrusts. The respondents can experience all indicators of future developmental thrusts regardless in their civil

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