Mercado de trabalho e formação profissional nas perspectivas empresarial, institucional e de egressos de um curso de ensino superior privado em administração
Bueno, Leonor Cristina
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The quality of higher education is increasingly questioned by the labor market. The degree in administration is one of the most sought-after courses and one of those with the highest number of graduates. The execution of this study is directly related to the need to analyze and understand the intertwined relationship between higher education and the labor market, which demands more and more behavioral skills of professionals seeking to enter the corporate environment. Based on this evidence, this dissertation aims to analyze the skills that permeate the relationship among higher education, especially in the administration course, the job market and the professional who moves through these bonds. To support the analysis, it was necessary to research the laws that regulate higher education, the history of education in Brazil, as well as understanding the labor market and how skills are considered in this professional environment. The research was carried out in a city of São Paulo’s countryside, Campinas region, and for better understanding, internet interviews were carried out with human resources (HR) professionals, with the coordinators of the administration course in the face-to-face and distance learning (EaD) modalities, as well as with graduates of that course in both modalities. The interview conducted with HR professionals showed that the market has difficulty finding professionals prepared with both technical and behavioral skills required by the position. The coordinators of the administration course reported that professionals trained at the institution complete the course prepared for the market, because students develop integrated projects that are articulated with theory and practice, enabling them to develop technical and attitudinal/ behavioral skills required by the market, and that some of them already work even before graduating, which is evidenced by internship reports. The result of the interview with the graduates also corroborates their satisfaction with the administration course, in line with the result of the national student performance exam (ENADE) for that course, as they consider that behavioral skills contribute to their development and preparation for the job market. It is hoped that this study can contribute to the understanding of this relationship – between higher education and the labor market –, as well as support new studies that may arise on the subject.
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