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Students’ employment during training and perspectives of their employment in employers and lecturers estimations

V.I. Filonenko, B.Ch. Meskhi, Yu.V. Filonenko, Л.С. Скачкова
80,00 Р

 

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.10-17.020

 

V.I. Filonenko is Dr.Sci. (Sociology), director of Center of socio-political researches at Southern Federal University e-mail: vfilonenko@sfedu.ru; B.Ch. Meskhi is Dr.Sci. (Technique), prof, rector of Don State Technical University e-mail: meskhi5959@gmail.com ; Yu.V. Filonenko is Cand.Sci. (Economy), doc. e-mail: yfilonenko@sfedu.ru; and L.S. Skachkova is Cand.Sci. (Economy), doc. e-mail: lskachkova@gmail.com, both at Southern Federal University

 

Analyzed is specificity of social and professional adaptation of students in the aspect of combining labor employment with training at university. Opinions and assessments of employers and teachers on students’ adaptation to new socialization processes in labor market, significance of work experience of graduate are given. It’s presence can be a signal to employers, that graduate during the training effectively distributed it between employment and training, and also may adversely affect performance indicators and prospects for effective employment. On the other hand, work on the specialty among those students, who make a decision about employment during training can increase success of educational program, and temporary employment contribute to professional and life choices of students.

Key words: employment of students, social and professional strategies of students and graduates, choice of profession, professional socialization.

 

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