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How University Graduation Shapes Attitudes Toward Employment in Different Generations Operating at Job Market?

Journal: Journal on Efficiency and Responsibility in Education and Science (ERIES Journal) (Vol.14, No. 3)

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Page : 143-153

Keywords : age; generation; graduate; job position; labor market; occupational employment;

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The article deals with the evaluation of university graduates' attitudes towards job characteristics based on their generation. Research shows that the attitudes of individuals in the labor market are currently changing. However, the question is to what extent this change is related to the entry of a new generation or to what extent generational affiliation plays a role in the different attitudes of individuals in the labor market. Therefore, the aim is to test the proposition whether the age of a graduate, respectively his / her affiliation to the generation X, Y or Z affects attitudes towards job characteristics. The partial goal of the article is to identify the main attitudes of searched generations to employment, the second partial goal is to identify attitudes to the evaluation of the benefits of university study in relation to employment. This paper evaluates data from the case study of a selected business university. The return rate of primary survey was representative for the graduates of the case university. The results obtained were statistically tested. Analysis of differences between age and selected factors was used. The analysis showed statistically significant differences between members of generation X, Y and Z in all investigated factors.

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