Educational Crisis in the Context of Master’s: The Opinions of Employers
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The article presents the data of interregional research aimed at identifying the features of the Russian magistracy and the perception of graduates by employers. The results of a survey of employers, bachelor students and magistracy students indicate some differences in the perception of students of their level of education and their self-identification in the labor market.
KeywordsMaster’s Bachelor’s Labour market Employment for graduates Employers The Bologna Process Formal education system Educational crisis Masters
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