Empolyability. Why. Experience of Implementation in a Laboratory Work in Analytical Chemistry

Senia Terzieva, Lilia Nikolova, Kiril Mintchev

Abstract


Our students ,future employees, will find themselves in an economy buffed by global economic forces and constant technological innovation.All employees wiil be subject to the demand of new systems and technologies.Jobs will be created which do not exist now and existing jobs will require new skills ,and there will be a need to combine new operational skills with communication,teamwork and decision-making skills,will intensify the flexibility and reliance to change jobs,apply skills in different context and go on learning will be essential.

Index terms: employability of graduates, deficiencies, assessment and self-assessment


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