“Pandemic graduates” arrive to the labour market. How can they succeed?

The Slovak Spectator uverejnil článok s vyjadreniami Róberta Chovanculiaka k dopadu pandémie na študentov. 2. 6. 2021.

“Pandemic graduates” arrive to the labour market. How can they succeed?

“There is no single answer for all types of schools and all employers,” said Robert Chovanculiak, education analyst of the INESS non-governmental think-tank. “The more a school is specialised and practice-focused, the more its graduates will lack the knowledge and skills [they would otherwise have acquired]. Subsequently, employers may show relatively lower interest in these ‘pandemic graduates.’”

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