Employability of Psycho Sudents

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title page…………………………………………………………………… i Table of Contents…………………………………………………………… ii Chapter
I. Problem and its Background
Introduction……………………………………………………….1-3 Statement of the Problem…………………………………………3 Significance of the Study…………………………………………3-4 Scope and Delimitation of the Study……………………….........4 Conceptual Framework…………………………………………..5 Definition of Terms………………………………………………..6 II. Review of Related Literature and Studies …………………………..7-30 III. Research Methodology……………………………………................31-33 Research Design………………………………………………………31 Respondents of the Study……………………………………………31 Selection of respondents……………………………………………..31 Data Gathering Instrument…………………………………………..32 Data Gathering Procedure…………………………………………...32 Statistical treatment………………………………………………….33 IV. Presentation, Analysis and Interpretation of Data………………… V. Summary of Findings, Conclusion and Recommendation……….. Bibliography……………………………………………………..

CHAPTER I
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Introduction
To have a stable job is the immediate goal of a graduate. They are so excited in securing job for them to earn for the future and help their parents. They believe that employment is a way to uplift the status of their life. Many of our countrymen experience unemployment and underemployment. They engaged themselves to jobs that are not related to the programs or degrees they earned and many do not even find job sometimes. With these experiences of many Filipinos, others prefer to go abroad for a greener Pasteur because of lack of better employment here in our country. When our country does not generate enough jobs to employ those who are willing to work, many Filipinos experience poverty and contributing further to precarious economic situation of the country. Despite all these experiences of our countrymen, Filipinos still value much education. Most Filipinos pursue higher education because they do believe that it is the key to success despite the bleak possibility of employment. Many universities and colleges continue to offer various courses. Annually, they produce bunch of graduates with different degrees; yet, there is no assurance that vary, if not all, will get employment. And the question that always arises is “After graduation what comes next?”

According to some people there is limited job opportunity for Psychology graduates but if you click to the internet and search for jobs offered for them, there are lots of jobs for them. At present, Psychology is now a professionalized discipline. Signed into law on March 16, 2010, Republic Act no. 10029, otherwise known as the Philippine Psychology Act of 2009, seeks to regulate the practice of Psychology and psychometrics in the Philippines by creating the professional regulatory board of psychology and requiring psychologists and psychometricians to pass a licensure examination. There are different jobs and roles to the graduates of the program. They can be addiction counselor, advertiser, child welfare worker, human resource personnel, manager, social worker, counselor, administrator, professional consultant, psychology professor, clinical psychologist and a lot more. This is also the reason why the degree is considered to be one of the noblest professions in the fullest sense of the word. If you are a psychology graduate , other people expect much from you, thus, the notion that have about you is understanding, deep thinker, and really good. The College of Arts and Sciences was born by the virtue of Board Resolution in 1892. In 1990, CAS opened the program initially AB Psychology, and then became BS Psychology. The opening of the college program was the anticipatory back up for the opening of the...
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