Perfiles de empleabilidad: el caso de una Universidad española

  • María Jesús Freire Seoane Universidade da Coruña
  • Beatriz López Bermúdez
  • Carlos Pais Montes
Palabras clave: Empleabilidad, modelo logit, análisis factorial, búsqueda de empleo, transición al mercado laboral

Resumen

El papel tradicional de las Instituciones de Educación Superior como proveedoras de conocimiento e investigación se ha extendido a todo el mundo en las últimas décadas. A la misión original de formación se ha incorporado la de orientación al mercado laboral como un nuevo elemento clave de las estrategias políticas. Este artículo propone un análisis de componentes principales y un modelo logit para medir la influencia de algunos factores que afectan de forma decisiva a la probabilidad de encontrar un empleo. En el análisis se utiliza una muestra de graduados europeos de Educación Superior, y se presentan las titulaciones universitarias más demandadas desde el punto de vista de la empleabilidad. En la investigación se obtienen cinco perfiles principales: expertos en Tecnología de la Información, trabajadores estándar, trabajadores proactivos, community managers e insatisfacción vocacional.

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Publicado
2020-06-19