Year: 2021 | Month: June | Volume 9 | Issue 1

Tertiary Level Students’ Attitudes Toward Job Destination: An Empirical Study on Bangladeshi Students

Md. Ashraful Islam Khan Md. Abid Hassan Mojkury Prosannajid Sarkar
DOI:10.30954/2322-0465.1.2021.2

Abstract:

Tertiary level education is the key to modern development of any nation and the outcome-based curricula is the pivotal to the standard of the tertiary level education system. The tertiary level educational institutes play the crucial role to change the society and development at any time and horizon. In Bangladesh, several quality development and assurance institution are running to promote the standard of tertiary level education. We know that the graduates will face very competitive job market after their graduation, therefore, ensuring the superior quality and standard of the graduates need to be very significant for better employability. This study is an opinion survey among tertiary level students of different universities that assesses their learning and goal-setting attitude for job achievement. The opinion of 750 tertiary level students is collected from different universities of Bangladesh purposively through a well-structured questionnaire. We observe almost similar job target attitude of students from different backgrounds. The socio-economic and education related factors play very significant role for their target-setting attitude.



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