The Selection of Higher Educated Graduates from the Field of Economy on the Job Market

The Selection of Higher Educated Graduates from the Field of Economy on the Job Market

Loredana-Maria Păunescu (Petroleum and Gas University, Ploiesti, Romania), Constanţa Popescu (Valahia University, Târgovişte, Romania,), Ioana Panagoreţ (Valahia University, Târgovişte, Romania) and Adina Cezarina Tofan (Spiru Haret University, Cimpulung, Romania)
Copyright: © 2015 |Pages: 8
DOI: 10.4018/IJSEM.2015040106
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Abstract

In the present article the authors will direct their attention to the processes of selection of young, highly educated graduates in economics on the job market. It is known that career planning involves a proper strategy in order to obtain a certain job especially one that suits best with the academic training. It is of high importance the idea that self-knowledge, self-evaluation and understanding of the young academic graduates own limits and skills, interests, values, personal or occupational preferences will help them to articulate their own way in their search for a suitable profession. In light of all the existing realities in the labour market, information and verification of employment opportunities, young graduates, and not only them, will be able to anticipate the opportunities and avoid the negative situations that might affect them emotionally, thus losing their confidence in their own forces and in their ability to adapt and reinvent themselves if necessary. It is appropriate to evaluate and identify all the alternatives, to select the best solution and to act accordingly. Setting a career plan is another essential step in the success of a graduate. More than that, determining individual goals in order to find the ideal job and planning ways of obtaining the objective to be attained are also crucial.
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Research Purpose And Objectives

In the present article imposed interdisciplinary approach to areas that have a strong impact on human resources and labor market insertion amid a sustainable economic development. Thus, the theoretical foundations of the research have analyzed the scope of human resource development as a key factor in sustainable economic development.

The necessity and importance of the present article research is motivated by the fact that although were conducted at institutional, even national youth employment on the labor market, they are only in theory and descriptive.

The development of the continuing vocational training system should meet both the needs of the labor market and the economy based on knowledge as it requires a set of relevant information regarding actual and relevant information about the evolution of trades and professions, the evolutionary trends of the labor market, different skills, the degree of harmonization between the supply and demand of labor existing in the labor market, the identification of the negative elements, the necessary educational programs, vocational training and their suitability to the needs of those who require them(Argăseală., M., 2012).

Our country's economy has generated a number of significant changes in the occupational structure, prompting new occupations, and traditional professions have also changed. Thus, we identify three types of occupations at the moment (Constantin D.L., 2002):

  • 1.

    The dominant occupations: are crystallized, have a tradition that formed in the area of the occupational Romanian economy;

  • 2.

    Occupations with a modified content: these are found in the industrial sectors affected by technological or organizational changes, and these services are geared towards customer satisfaction;

  • 3.

    Breakthrough occupations: these are new services, adapted to the new requirements and which have a high added value and an increased potential for evolution in the period ahead.

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