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"Examensbevis som inträdesbiljett på arbetsmarknaden" - En kvalitativ studie om anställningsbarhet och kunskaper inom socialt arbete

Nobelius, Louise LU and Svanberg, Maria LU (2012) SOPA63 20121
School of Social Work
Abstract
The aim of this study is to examine which attributes supervisors find most attractive
when employing a new colleague. The dissertation was carried out through interviewing
seven supervisors within social work, all of whom were searching for a new team member.
The word employability has, in this study become central and relates to something that
can make a person more or less employable. It also infers that certain knowledge, skills
or characteristics may be more attractive than others for a person to have when applying
for a job.
The results suggest that attributes which increase an individual’s chance of becoming
employed were practical knowledge and skills such as documentation and work
experience. Theoretical knowledge is... (More)
The aim of this study is to examine which attributes supervisors find most attractive
when employing a new colleague. The dissertation was carried out through interviewing
seven supervisors within social work, all of whom were searching for a new team member.
The word employability has, in this study become central and relates to something that
can make a person more or less employable. It also infers that certain knowledge, skills
or characteristics may be more attractive than others for a person to have when applying
for a job.
The results suggest that attributes which increase an individual’s chance of becoming
employed were practical knowledge and skills such as documentation and work
experience. Theoretical knowledge is essential in a sense that you are required to hold a
degree to get access to the labor market in the first place, although the respondents are
not focused on the application of such theory in practice.
Keywords: Profession, attributes, characteristics, skills, knowledge, knowledge base,
practice. (Less)
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author
Nobelius, Louise LU and Svanberg, Maria LU
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organization
course
SOPA63 20121
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Profession, attributes, characteristics, skills, knowledge, knowledge base, practice
language
Swedish
id
3049448
date added to LUP
2012-09-21 11:32:57
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  abstract     = {The aim of this study is to examine which attributes supervisors find most attractive
when employing a new colleague. The dissertation was carried out through interviewing
seven supervisors within social work, all of whom were searching for a new team member.
The word employability has, in this study become central and relates to something that
can make a person more or less employable. It also infers that certain knowledge, skills
or characteristics may be more attractive than others for a person to have when applying
for a job.
The results suggest that attributes which increase an individual’s chance of becoming
employed were practical knowledge and skills such as documentation and work
experience. Theoretical knowledge is essential in a sense that you are required to hold a
degree to get access to the labor market in the first place, although the respondents are
not focused on the application of such theory in practice.
Keywords: Profession, attributes, characteristics, skills, knowledge, knowledge base,
practice.},
  author       = {Nobelius, Louise and Svanberg, Maria},
  keyword      = {Profession,attributes,characteristics,skills,knowledge,knowledge base,practice},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {"Examensbevis som inträdesbiljett på arbetsmarknaden" - En kvalitativ studie om anställningsbarhet och kunskaper inom socialt arbete},
  year         = {2012},
}