University Students and Their Future Work

EN 1U barometer published Complutense University-Society. Half bad calls the Spanish educational system and does not trust that adaptation to European integration will promote his work. 80% of college students perceive their future work with uncertainty, the same percentage that places the lack of transparency as another indicator of the current crisis, which in his opinion, not only economic, but social (90.4%). Almost seven out of ten associates into a crisis of values. There are data emerging from the survey conducted by the Social Council 1.

200 university students, and part of the first edition of the Barometer University? Society 2010. Poor financial management is for 95% of the university, the main cause of the current economic crisis have Spain, while 90% also associated with a systemic crisis in general and political mismanagement. Half of college students (49.2%) qualifies as bad the current state of Spanish education system, while another 45.7% puts regular note. Only 5% of students given a passing grade the current education system, while 87% believe that the level of our country in this regard is below the European Union countries. Contrary to the Bologna Process 55% of respondents said it was contrary to European Convergence in Higher Education Studies, better known as the Bologna Process. And 41.8% do not expect much from the adaptation of European studies favor their future employability. The overall vision for technology development in Spain is not very optimistic, for 87.6% of respondents believed that the level of Spain is below the average for European nations.

In parallel, a similar percentage believes that technology promotes human development, innovation creates more opportunities for the population, and that science improves our quality of life. Another fact that is drawn of the Barometer is that almost 90% of respondents understood that Immigration is an integral part of society we live in, and almost half (48.3%) live it as a factor of progress and development. Just over 90% of respondents associated the progress and quality of life of society with an economic model of sustainable development (92.2%), with the application of scientific advances into everyday life (91.4% ), and the conservation of the environment (87.5%). 73% linked to the competitiveness of Spain as a country. In this period of economic crisis, college students believe that solidarity among Spanish is weak (65.5%), and a strong nation that promotes coexistence among all (96.7%), welfare and social peace ( 93.5%), and public safety (87.1%). The Board of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid has opened this first edition of the barometer. Being a study year, the University Barometer? 2010 Company founded with the goal of being a social relation According to university students, whose results will be updated periodically. The Barometer addresses ten major trends that will influence the future social change: The European Higher Education Area (Bologna Process), Crisis, New Technologies, Future Education, Environment, Immigration, Energy System, and Future Expectations, Values and Geopolitical Solidarity. The study has the opinion and analysis of known and prestigious professionals like Rafael Puyol, Carlos Berzosa Joaquin Leguina, Fernando Becker, Carlos Seoane, Jose Maria Marin Quemada, Mercedes de la Merced, Antxon Sarasqueta, Luis Carlos Alvarez and partridges Blas. a

The Quest For Knowledge Will Set You Free

What are you interested in? We all have a passion for something. So what’s your passion? Are you actively looking for information about your passion? Knowledge, providing it is correct knowledge, increase their power. In this century is a growing demand for experts in many fields. Everything is becoming more and more specialized. Let me give you an example. At the turn of the 19th century, all I had to do to be an accountant would be good with numbers and conduct some training with other accountants. Later, an official certificate is required. It was a special course called a diploma in which up to a dozen specific subjects had to be studied.

Mayor as technology and finance, accounting and taxation became increasingly more complex, more subjects were required to carry out, now about three dozen. The diploma was replaced by a title. Accountants may specialize in the general accounts management accounting, tax accounting and other areas. Employers pay much more for specific talents and qualifications for the job they do in general. So, are you seeking knowledge in your field? Are you updating your knowledge platform on a regular basis? If not, then it is almost certainly going back.

This means you will be quickly overtaken by others who are adopting new technologies and absorb the knowledge that goes along with it. To succeed today you have to specialize in a niche market. Let me ask you a question. Suppose you have created a new and exciting. Do you want a patent to protect their rights. Would you go to a lawyer of age or want to find a patent attorney? Let’s say you require a knee reconstruction. You ask a normal doctor to perform surgery or want to find a surgeon who specializes in this type of re-constructive surgery? You want the best surgeon, right? One more example. If you owned a Nissan car, would you prefer to have a Nissan specialist mechanic? Or entrust the repair of a general mechanic whose workshop is full of rickety old pumps. Finally, do not be fooled into thinking that there is no need to keep learning. We all have to learn continuously. To get more, we need to know more. Not necessarily have to do more, but that also helps. Some people have a couple of years of experience, repeating the experience of twenty years, then I think we have twenty years of experience. Incorrect. They still have only two years of experience who have repeated ten times. There is a big difference. What are you doing to become a specialist?

The Applicant

Give a status defined for each role, since they give support to the frame. The interview itself: In this stage, we develop fully the concept of interview as a process of communication and a key technical resource for recruitment. It is the moment that begins to unfold the link that we have built with the applicant during the warm-up act as link royal road to determine the suitability of the candidate's profile to a specific job profile in a particular company. Questions should be broad and neutral, and which thus allow to be the respondent who gives sense and meaning to the answers. At this point, it is essential to break some myths about the concept of interview. Sometimes, we tend to fall into the temptation of thinking that is the interviewer who holds power in this process. The reality is that in an interview properly managed, it does not.

Thus, the exchange thread emerges from the discourse of the interviewee, the interviewer being responsible for managing and following up the interview. It is important to notice these preconceptions, it is this definition which ultimately determines the style of relationship and communication. Another guiding principle refers to believe that the first impression is that counts. This concept is not only false, but that leads us to interpret what we perceive in the light of our prejudices and prevents us from addressing the respondent with some degree of naivety. Thus, we run the risk of conceiving the interview as an oracle and not as a place of learning and mutual understanding.