Appearance of the Labour Market Requirements in Engineer Students’ Future Prospects
According to the report of World Economics Forum the preferred competencies of the labour market are constantly changing: the five most important skills will be analytical thinking, innovation, active learning, creativity and critical thinking in 2020. However, traditional teaching methods and attitudes of employers are not suitable enough to motivate generation Z. The research was aimed to find answers how much engineer students are satisfied with the training in accordance with their future profession, and what attitude they have towards their prospective occupation. The international questionnaire research was carried out amongst engineer students of a Hungarian and a Russian university in the spring of 2019. Based on the results, it can be stated that several differences can be found between the opinions of the two subsamples.
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