Most important and useful skills in the labour market - Generation Y point of view

Agnieszka Stanimir

Abstract

Generation Y is a group of people born in the 80s and 90s of the twentieth century. In each country, determination of the age of persons belonging to this population may differ by several years. The perception of work, loyalty, sense of duty and working conditions among people of Gen Y is completely different than older people participating in the labour market. However, carefully consideration of any expectations of working conditions, which notify people of this generation, may provide to better management of young generation. It is very important due to the fact that people of Gen Y are living in a constant quest to find the balance between life and work style. In 2010, Gen Y population accounted for 13% of the world's population, 9% of the UE28 countries population and 12% of the population in Poland. The aim of the study is to determine the most important skills in labour market for young Poles and citizens of EU28
Author Agnieszka Stanimir (MISaF / IZM / CE)
Agnieszka Stanimir,,
- Chair of Econometrics
Pages493-499
Publication size in sheets0.4
Book Rotschedl Jiri, Cermakova Klara (eds.): Proceedings of the 16th International Academic Conference [dokument elektroniczny], 2015, International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences, ISBN 978-80-87927-09-0, 613 p.
Keywords in EnglishGeneration Y, skills, labour market
URL http://www.iises.net/proceedings/16th-international-academic-conference-amsterdam/table-of-content/detail?article=most-important-and-useful-skills-in-the-labour-market-generation-y-point-of-view
Languageen angielski
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