71% of people who study and work do not pursue their future career

71% of people who study and work do not pursue their future career

People who study and work It is a regional study in it 5,456 people participated: 1707 from Argentina401 from Chile, 1681 from Ecuador, 989 from Panama and 678 from Peru. The survey was conducted in Boomerang usersand Laborum, Multitrabajos and Konzerta August 10-22.

β€œWorking and studying at the same time is an overwhelming professional development experience. It allows you to apply what you see in college and therefore learn. But what is the reality of people who have gone through that experience? Do they do it out of necessity or to learn more? How many hours do they work? What professions do they study?” ‘,” says Carolina Molinaro, Head of Marketing at Jobint.

Argentina is the country in the region where fewer people work and study. 71% of workers and students do not pursue their careers in the future. It is followed by Panama with 68%, Chile with 65%, Ecuador with 59%, and Peru with 53%. Regionally, 65% are not employed in their field of study.

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what or what Careers Do these workers study? in Argentina, 19% of them have training in economics, finance and business management or related jobs; 12% in medicine, nursing, pharmacology and the like. 10% in or related technology, systems; 6% in teaching; and another 6% in engineering.

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Argentine students who work They’re 40% in the middle of the raceand 34% in the first year and 26% in the last year. Regionally, 36% were mid-race, 33% last year, and 31% in year one.

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In what Regions Do these people work? in Argentina, 16% work in commerce, sales and business; 15% in management, accounting and finance. 7% in professions and others, 7% in health, medicine and pharmacy; and another 7% in customer service, call center and telemarketing.

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84% of Argentines who study and work have previous experience of their current employment and 16% no. Other countries in the region have similar proportions: 88% in Chile, 82% in Peru, 81% in Panama, and 75% in Ecuador are not in their first job.

how many hours Do you work weekly in Argentina, over 30 hours 51%, less than 10 hours 18%, between 20 and 30 hours 17%, and between 10 and 20 hours 40%. β€œPeople who study and work are experts in managing their time and coordinating various tasks, skills that are highly demanded in any work environment. The fact that 51% work more than 6 hours a day and study in the meantime is proof of that,” says Molinaro.

Regarding Reasons in which they decided to work and study at the same time, 49% of Argentines say it because they need moneyAnd 25% affirmed that economic independence is a must and 10% answered that it is to gain experience. Regionally, he works and studies because he needs 39% of the money, 21% to have economic independence, and 15% because he wants to have experience on his resume when he finishes his studies.

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According to data from regional report Posted by Pomeran on May, Argentina is the country in the region where young people start their way into the world of work at an early age. The average age of applicants for the first positions is 21.5 years and for young people 25 years.

and he more difficult To work and study? 39% of the Argentines participating in the survey People who study and work Is good time management to do everything18% are tired or have less energy to do things, and 14% do not have much free time.

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Participants were also asked what they considered greater benefit to study and work. in Argentina, 23% answered β€œDevelop the personal skills needed for the world of work”21% “have an income” and 17% “learn to manage time”.

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