Identity Personal and Insertion From Youth Graduates From Superior (BAC + 4, BAC+ 5 ) at Abidjan

Goubo Aka René, Wilfried R kouamela

Abstract


This study aims did analyzing tea jump which exists between tea personal identity and tea professional insertion of tea young graduates of tea higher education. It relates to at sample of 210 graduates young people of tea higher education (VAT + 4; VAT + 5) who dares age varies between 18 and 35 years. This sample is subjected to at survey whose results are analyzed by means of tea statistical method which requires that tea data expressed in quality be able to be quantified. Tea results of tea investigation a tuning to Chi two (X²), confirmed tea starting assumption. One could for this purpose to postulate that tea personal identity exertions at meaningful affecting we tea professional insertion of tea young graduates of tea higher education.


Keywords


Employment; Personal identity; Insertion; G raduate young person

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