Graduates of UiTM starting jobs after graduation: a study of their pattern of taking jobs / Nurbaya Ismail and Zuhaidah Mohtar

Ismail, Nurbaya and Mohtar, Zuhaidah (2001) Graduates of UiTM starting jobs after graduation: a study of their pattern of taking jobs / Nurbaya Ismail and Zuhaidah Mohtar. [Student Project] (Unpublished)

Abstract

This research is study about graduates of UiTM starting jobs after graduation: a study of their pattern of taking jobs from this study we found there is competition between graduates in findings jobs because of same courses (62.5% agreed and strongly agreed). Then, there is demand in an employment market that course they have taken because the result of non- parametric test result is a 43.75% (21 graduates agreed and strongly agreed) of graduates agree than 37.5% not agree. In hypothesis about an experience more important than qualification we found that this null hypothesis is not rejected, because most of the respondent agree and strongly agree about our opinion very choosy to find jobs caused they work not following their qualification or field. We found that more than half of the respondent agreed and strongly agreed about this hypothesis and this hypothesis is not reject. The hypothesis of the graduates was interested in the course that they have taken, causes worked following their courses we get the result that 72.9% of respondents as are agree and strongly agree• with our hypothesis just only 16.7% had not agree and the rest are not sure so , the hypothesis is not rejected. In this research we also found that only 22.92% not agree and strongly disagree and 66.7% are agreed and strongly agreed to the hypothesis of UiTM graduates that working not follow their course or field. Based on chi- square test this hypothesis is rejected. Lastly , we found that the opinion of respondent about why there are still a few graduates do not works following their courses or work below the level of their qualification is less demand in employment market on that field ( 35 respondent agree) , The courses that respondent take not suitable to themselves ( 32 respondent agree) , Economic situation is not stable ( 35 respondent agree )

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