Studied and are willing to work hard but do not have experience. Find a place for them is a problem. How are university graduates increase their chances on the labor market? A graduate should have at least a rough idea for what money would want to work.”I graduated from the Faculty of Humanities, but after college, I realized that actually I do not know what I want to nurture. Finally I went to do work that is not related to the field, but I’m glad that I have any at all,” says Luke, a graduate of last year, who makes a living as a salesman in a shop with outdoor needs.
At the beginning of the new year, the number of unemployed university absolvetns goes up. They find it increasingly difficult to find a job, let alone apply the studied field. The labor market is not enough to absorb, even though the schools are now spewing less than before. Experience, foreign language and the reasonable expectations “Even though they are aware of degraded conditions in the labor market, graduates have high expectations – regarding both financial and career. Often mentioned in the interview that they want to lead people and projects, while still never worked,” says Clare Antos of Hays Recruiting.
According to her are more likely to flexible people who are willing to travel, move, stay longer abroad, receive lower wages at the cost of training. “Still it happens that graduates do not even speak one foreign language, which is a big handicap,” says Antos. It depends on what subject to study and whether the graduates during the study worked. The problem is mainly the humanities, which are reported by large numbers of young people who are looking for the wrong application. Nature and technology are trying to lure students and offer a valuable experience for future employers directly, so then they have to adopt a better chance to work. Students can gain experience on unpaid internships in companies. If adopted, the employer vacancy they offer rather than someone unknown. “The practice may be in the student competitions, international companies that are held each year. Another option is to prepare the thesis in collaboration with the company for which you want to work with later,” adds Clare Antos tips. Future employers in CV certainly know that the graduate was experienced across the border. “During my studies I used the Erasmus program and I studied in Norway. It helped me then, when I ran for a seat in a travel agency. I was in Norway and some contacts that fit my supervisor. Made me successful at the interview, although for bankruptcy and were probably older and more experienced candidates, “says Clare fresh graduate. And how much you want to take? The advantage of young people, their initial enthusiasm and the fact that most are able to settle for lower pay. “The median gross monthly salary of employees with higher education to the age of 30 years was in the 1st half of last year’s 24 611 crowns. In the same old people with secondary and higher vocational education 19,174 crowns,” says Catherine Duspivov, labor market analyst. A graduate should have at least a rough idea for what money would want to work.
Programmers, machinist and medics always find a job Most graduates have jobs in Prague, or in larger cities, they place else looks worse. The advantage is confirmed by the city of Vera Prokop Prague Labour Office: “The proportion of graduates and young people in the total number of candidates is about five percent. Undergraduates of which consists of one percent.” The home is the biggest demand for programmers, engineer and graduates of pharmacy and medicine. “We are here asked linguistically proficient graduates for the so-called shared service centers. In neighboring Germany is still interest in the doctor, we employ them even without certification, which allows them to do there. Condition is knowledge of German,” says Clare Antos. “Continued migration of graduates from Slovakia here. They claim that they are either not work or are paid less.” We are not just a printout, announced that the young Young job-seekers and fail them, often blame the employer or recruitment agency. They say they do not pay enough, they ignore their e-mails, underestimate their abilities. “The recruiters do not think anything good. Because I never did not help. Contrary. I lost my confidence because of them. Right after school I found a well paid job in multilevel society. It was a great experience, I followed the people. But staffing agencies at me now watching as waste, “says Peter graduated. “I think the Agency fail to reveal the true potential, just collect data and facts. Just because something can not, but I can learn it quickly, do not.” Lucia, who recently studied creative writing, has a similar view: “She contacted the company, but I do not. I entered the labor office, but I pray that I found work, most of them apparently terrible. I am frustrated by the fact that if one is not superodolný, can not work in a team and under pressure, is not willing to sacrifice all their work time, do not want him anywhere, “says a young woman. Sooner bred them, now throws For many companies are not graduates of any degree of certainty. “Young people change jobs more frequently than those who are already responsible for the financial situation of the whole family. If the company after six months found that graduate work is not able to learn to let him go with great financial harm. Next time rather take someone experienced,” says Lenka Cerna, Koucky http://www.mujkouc.cz website. George Halbrštát, marketing manager at Manpower, adds: “Students often underestimate the preparation for entry into the labor market. On the other hand, some companies have refused to advance graduates who need to first bring up the good work started to pay.” Companies simply do not want to take risks and invest in training recruits. So try to find such people to be able to participate in work as quickly as possible. “Employers may be erroneous preconceptions that the candidate can not do the job just because of age and lack of practice. From that should have quality HR specialist who will be able to recognize talent,” says Lenka Cerna. A certain wariness, however, persists in companies as well.