THE YOUNG GRADUATES AND THE LABOUR MARKET IN<br />ROMANIA. SOME RESULTS OF THE SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
Keywords:work, young generation, labor market, employability, social research
AbstractThe problems of the young generation (15-24 years) related with the labor market are increased in the last decade. Even in the European statistical analysis these young’s are presented like very expose to the poverty, social exclusion and discrimination on the labor market. In Romania some social research emphasized that social problems with this young people are diverse: from diplomas devaluation to the migration intention. In this article we want to present some results of some latest social research in Romania about the younger citizens that have the right to work, their employability and related issues with labor market.
COMMISSION STAFF WORKING DOCUMENT, Lisbon Strategy evaluation document, Bruxelles, 2010
Promis, P., 2008 “Are Employers Asking for the Right Competencies? A Case for Emotional Intelligence.” Library and Administration Management 22 (1): 24-30
Berntson, E., Sverke, M., Marklund, S., 2006, “Predicting perceived employability: human capital or labour market opportunities?”, Economic and Industrial Democracy, Vol. 27(2): 223–244, www.sagepub.com
Brown, P.; Hesketh, A.; Williams, S., 2003, “Employability in a Knowledge-driven Economy”, Journal of Education and Work, Vol. 16, No.2, June.
Hillage, J., Pollard, E. 1998, „Employability: developing a framework for policy analysis”, DfEE Research Briefing No. 85. London, DfEE.
Kalleberg, Arne L., 1994, “Studying Employers and Their Employees: Comparative Approaches”, Acta Sociologica, 37: 223
Hevenstone, D., 2010, “National Context and Atypical Employment”, International Sociology, 25: 315
Smith, V., 2010, “Review article: Enhancing employability: Human, cultural, and social capital in an era of turbulent unpredictability”, Human Relations, 63: 279.
EUROSTAT, 2010, Combating poverty and social exclusion. A statistical portrait of the European Union.
***, Europeean Commission, 2010, “Eurobarometer survey: Employers' perception of graduate employability”.