IN THE PHILIPPINES
The country’s education system continues to turn out college graduates whose training and skills are not attuned to the needs of the labor market both at home and abroad. This is the lament of human resources and labor recruitment officials who decry the continuing popularity of glamorous and white-collar courses that produce diplomas but not well-paying jobs.
The criticism had been voiced many times in the past by business leaders and politicians but both government and the private sector have failed to institute meaningful and concrete measures to correct Is this essay helpful? Join OPPapers to read more and access more than 550,000 just like it! get better grades
the mismatch between skills and jobs. The issue gains added urgency in view of the government’s inability to provide jobs and its continued dependence on the overseas job market. Problem is Philippine education is not well suited to the requirements of the global economy as well.
“Many overseas employment opportunities abound in sub-specialties of various occupations but the Philippine education system is either ill-equipped and/or unprepared to offer corresponding courses to the demand but rather do a one course fits all.
Statement of the Problem:
The purpose of this study is to know more about the following questions: 1. What is the major problem/s that the graduates is are dealing of? 2. What is/ are the steps of the government in order to resolve this issues of unemployment? 4. What are effects of having unemployed on in the following: a. social behavior of the graduates?
b. future skill performance?
c. relationship with the society?