Increasing employability through higher education - fact or fiction
NDLOVU NOZWELO LINIENCE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Personal details 1
Section A [M.C.Q] 1
Section B cover page 2
Title of literature review 2
Table of contents 3
Definition of terms and variables 5
Literature review 6-10
Research Questions 10
Employability in the world is increasingly being scrutinized by scholars, especially its relationship with the potential employee; whether one has to have higher education or not. The concept of employability plays a crucial role in dictating the role and need for higher education. McQuid and Lindsay, (2005, p.197) note that the concept of employability continues to be applied within a range of different contexts and to both those in work and those seeking work. Contention exists regarding what constitutes employability and which graduate attributes are required to foster employability for tertiary students.... [continues]
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