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Home > Arhiva > 2017 > Numar: 2 > Diagnose for the Professional Insertion of Petroşani Social Work Graduates to the Labour Market

 Diagnose for the Professional Insertion of Petroşani Social Work Graduates to the Labour Market

  • Felicia Andrioni (University of Petroşani, E-mail:
  • Lavinia Elisabeta Popp (University ”Eftimie Murgu” of Resiţa, Faculty of Social Sciences, Romania,; lavinia_popp; Phone: 0721/604605)

Both nationally and internationally the issue of graduates’ professional insertion occupies an important place on the agenda of policies in the higher education field. At the University of Petroşani we are constantly interested in collecting significant data related to the pre- and post-graduate educational track, opinions and subjective appreciations in relation with the quality of the studies completed by graduates and appreciations about their professional path. The purpose of the research refers to the realisation of a diagnose for the professional insertion of Petorşani Social Work graduates in the period 2014-2015. After the analysis of the specialised studies from the literature, we continued by the stage of research which used as investigation method the questionnaire-based inquiry applied to the graduates when they come to collect their graduation diplomas. The results of the study refer to the process of labour market insertion of the social work graduates, which may be used and correlated with a series of social-economic indicators on macro-social and economic level in the contemporary national and European context.

Keywords: graduates, Social Work, professional insertion, labour market