Current Issues of Career Choice for Debrecen Vocational School Students308-319Views:98
The aim of the article is to share information about the learning characteristics of the Z-generation based on literature review. In the same way based on secondary research we are showing the characteristics of the lifelong learning processes with special regards to the informal and non formal learning processes. On other hand we are publishing the outcomes of our research based on a survey done in three secondary schools of Debrecen. In the survey we investigated the learning plans of the vocational program students studying in the three secondary schools and their labour market perspectives.
Millennium Generation Work Experience657-665Views:177
If we are open-minded in our everyday life, we should not overlook the phenomenon of student work. Within the framework of this study, our aim was to examine the work experience, later employment plans and income needs of students starting their studies at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Debrecen. In addition, we analyze the most important sources related to student work through literature studies.
It is important to pay attention to changing attitudes of newcomers to higher education as they become active job seekers after graduation. At the Faculty of Economics of the University of Debrecen, about 1,700 students started their studies in the 2019/2020 academic year. Our research was conducted with the involvement of these students.
The data were collected among students participating in the stork camp organized by the University of Debrecen. The survey covers, among other things, the initial salary requirements, previous work experience, future plans, including the willingness to work abroad, and factors that are taken into account when choosing a job.
Status of the Hungarian Agricultural Higher Education263-281Views:122
In our article we are publishing a brief overview on the actual status of the Hungarian agriculture and agricultural higher education. We are presenting the changes of the agrieconomy in several economies of the world and the actual economic status of the Hungarian agriculture as well. We are showing the education level and the age of the employees working in the agriculture. We are presenting some information about the agircultural higher education, and some problems and perspectives of the investigated sector.
Exploration of Labour-Market Attitudes Towards Migrants Among University Students1-12Views:128
The aim of this article is to present attitudes towards migration, migrants based on the results of a questionnaire filled out by university students. The definition of the migrants is followed by the results of the study. The results of the survey show that the students who consider themselves basically tolerant are rejecting migrants in action. The answers related to the educational level of the migrants have shown that basic qualification and professional knowledge can be assumed of the migrants, unless the respondents took the view that migrants have no measurable school education. The migrants’ attitudes towards work are generally wrong according to the respondents. Perhaps that is the reason why the people who filled out the survey would not work together with or employ migrants.
„Return to the Countryside” – a Qualitative Approach of Students’ Opinions About Rural Life204-216Views:200
Nowadays, the research of rural areas’ specific features is one of the most interesting part of sociology. Within these studies the rural areas ability for survival and to retain forms an important basis. A pillar of these, that the youth from rural areas become sufficiently motivated to stay at or to return to their homeland and be able to redound development. We were looking for answers, that how university students, who participated in our current research are thinking about the hungarian countryside, in their opinion what are it’s advantages and disadvantages and it’s possible potentials. In addition, we examined those factors, which are contributing to that respondents who are studying in large cities want to stay there, but at the same time we wanted to explore the opposite factors, those that make tudents to return to the countryside. Last, but not least we investigated a very interesting topic, the relations between the respondents and the rural elite.
Historical Aspects of the Internationalisation of the Higher Education as Historical Examples of Innovation and Knowledge Transfer87-97Views:169
The internationalisation of the higher education is one of the most actual topics of the education management nowadays. It can bring a solution for the problems of the Hungarian higher educational institutions caused by the demographically expected decrease of the number of students. The internationalisation of the higher education is not a new-fangled phenomenon however it became much popular in the last decades and it has been spread globally. The aim of this article to show the historical aspects of the internationalisation in higher education based on literature review and research.
The Evaluation of the Employment of Migrants by Employees102-114Views:106
The exploration of specifications of the employee groups endangered in the labour market, and their social
and labour market integration have always been a challenging task for the professionals. As a result of the
domestically also appeared migrant wave, the actuality of the topic has even more increased. In this study -
prepared in the framework of the research program „Human resource management challenges of the reception and labour market integration of the migrants” - we aimed to reveal the attitudes of employees about the labour market integration of the migrants. We have defined an objective to explore whether they are afraid of losing their current jobs, what factors influence the employment of the migrants and what kind of positive and negative effects they take on the society and economy. Based on the results of the survey we have found that employees are not afraid of migrants taking their jobs, still they are quite uncertain whether they would employ or work with a migrant person. Regarding the effect on the society and economy an unambiguous negative attitude was experienced.
The characteristics of civil organisations for sports with special regards to employment701-711Views:387
The aim of our article to compare the characteristics of the civil organisations operating in Hugary and in Romaina with special regards to the employment characteristics of the sport civil associations. We ascertained during our research work that the civil sector of the two investigated countries show several similarities. One of these similarities is the lag from the same sectors operating is Western-European countries. The use of volunteer working is a main characteristic of the employment in the civil sector however the paid work plays an important role too.
„Return to the Countryside” – The Retention Possibility of the Sport292-307Views:310
Nowadays, one of the most interesting parts of sociology is the research of the rural areas’ specific features. Within these studies the rural areas ability for survival and to retain forms an important basis. A basic pillar of these, that the youth from these areas become sufficiently motivated to return to their rural homeland after finishing their studies and be able to redound the local social and economic development. Sadly, we experience the opposite of it. Young generations are fleeing to large cities and in medium or long term it leads to the decay of these involved settlements; in worst case scenario the results can be irreversible. In close relation with the aforementioned, we have to mention the specific behaviour of the local – rural – elite, which can be the source of further problems. In the course of our research, we wanted to investigate, that what is the reason that university students, who are studying in large cities don’t want to return or move to rural areas. Furthermore, we tried to give an inside view about their opinions of rural areas and the life in the countryside.