Job Mismatch Case Study

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CAREER INTERVENTION IN RELATION TO JOB MISMATCH AMONG YOUNG PROFESSIONALS A Research Paper Presented to the Faculty of the College of Education Graduate Studies De La Salle University - Dasmarińas In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Methods of Research S.Y. 2015-2016 LAYUGAN, MARIA JASMIN P. PALOMARES, ALMA KAMILLE B. REAMBONANZA, ZYRA A. October 2015 ABSTRACT Title of the Research: CAREER INTERVENTION IN RELATION TO JOB MISMATCH AMONG YOUNG PROFESSIONALS Author: MARIA JASMIN P. LAYUGAN ALMA KAMILLE B. PALOMARES ZYRA A. REAMBONANZA Degree: Master of Arts in Education Major: Guidance and Counseling Date of Completion: October 2015 This instrument-development project is aimed at developing the Marital…show more content…
Specifically, this study seeks the following questions: What is the profile of the respondents in terms of: Gender; Age; Degree earned; Socio-economic Status; What career interventions did the respondents receive before graduating in College? Are there differences between the participants who received career interventions from those who did not, in terms of career decision-making? Hypothesis Pertaining to the questions of this study, the following hypotheses were put into test: There is a significant relationship between career interventions and job mismatch. There is a significant difference between those who did not and those who received career interventions. Assumption of the Study The assumptions are as follows: Career interventions are helpful and essential to one's maturity towards their career. Scope and Delimitation of the Study This study will be focusing on young professionals, ages 20 to 25 years old, who works as a call center employee in a Business Processing Outsource company. The respondents will be coming from the different BPO companies located in Makati and…show more content…
This is evident among the influx of nursing graduates in our country. Pascual’s (2014) study supports this and have found out that Filipino students preferred to take “popular courses”. However, Kupets (2015) contradicts with these and states that there is no consistent significance on the differences of those workers who received higher education and those who are adequately matched to their occupation in terms of formal education. Moreover, there are different factors that affect an applicant’s choice of employment. A person looks at their financial needs, competition, wage rates, family concerns, and opportunities before considering to accept a job offer (Guevarra, et al., 2010; Luekitinan, 2014). That’s why some settle for a job that is easier to get, is accessible and has acceptable wage rates, in other words, practicality is what applicants consider upon looking for employment (Orillaza, 2014; Jasa, Jasa, & Corpuz,

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