What is the Human Right for Education?
Learning to protect yourself…
Education in Mexico
The big problems of education in Mexico
8 Ways for universities to prepare
students for the job search
8 Ways for universities to prepare
students for the job search
The labor market for students
The labor market for students
Education World Wide
Are Universities preparing Students to be employed?
What to teach in the Universities?
Somethings that the University do not teach
What aregraduates looking for in a job?
Which skills are necessary for the graduates?
Which skills are necessary for the graduates?
Statistics
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Percentage distribution of the unemployed population
January
February
March
Ap...
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Careers with more young workers
Sports Criminology Business and trade Design Political Sc...
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
OF WHICH ARE ENGAGED IN WHAT THEY STUDIED (%)
Business Administration and Management Acco...
The areas of Education, Healt
Sciences and Physical and
Mathematical Sciences.
68%
Education and health.
+ 50%
Economic Management and Arts
work in occupations that are not
consistent with their training.
Teacher
training for
upper
secondary
level education
Teacher training for
basic
education, primary
level
Medicine
93.6%
90...
Around the world
Studying a university degree is not a
guarantee for employment
Careers without a future
Salary
Higher technical
college with two
years of study
after high school
, 4,000
thaousand967
pesos
Wirh a degree
7,000
t...
Saturated careers in the U.S.
Some of the saturated careers
in The United states are:
Next, there is a list of the 13 careers for
the next decade.
Professions in Mexico…
How many people
have Jobs
related to what
they studied?
Are they workers
in an institute, or
do they work by
themselves?
Why does these things happen?
Reflections on the quality of medical
school curricula in Mexico
Definition Self employment
10 Myths About Self-Employment
Top 10 Personal Qualities for Success in
Self-Employment
How to Be Self Employed
1 Create a business idea.
Innovation is the key!
2 Get a partner.
You have to think if you want work with
a only partner or co-operative society
3 Collect money.
Make a budget!
How much money do
you have?
4 Get modal.
5 Promote.
6 Earn money.
Choice or obligation
Doctor as a carpinter
Check yourself
Follow your dreams
Graduate Profile
Esthela Sarai Rivera Martínez
Stadistics
LABOR MARKET BEHAVIOR IN MEXICO
Indicator Value
Statements on
152 domestic
occupations
Staff 30.9 140 °
Nationa...
SCHOOLING
Esthela Sarai Rivera Martínez
Educación: Garantía de Empleo
Educación: Garantía de Empleo
Educación: Garantía de Empleo
Educación: Garantía de Empleo
Educación: Garantía de Empleo
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Educación: Garantía de Empleo

  1. 1. What is the Human Right for Education?
  2. 2. Learning to protect yourself…
  3. 3. Education in Mexico
  4. 4. The big problems of education in Mexico
  5. 5. 8 Ways for universities to prepare students for the job search
  6. 6. 8 Ways for universities to prepare students for the job search
  7. 7. The labor market for students
  8. 8. The labor market for students
  9. 9. Education World Wide Are Universities preparing Students to be employed?
  10. 10. What to teach in the Universities?
  11. 11. Somethings that the University do not teach
  12. 12. What aregraduates looking for in a job?
  13. 13. Which skills are necessary for the graduates?
  14. 14. Which skills are necessary for the graduates?
  15. 15. Statistics 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Percentage distribution of the unemployed population January February March April May June July August September Percentage distribution of the unemployed population
  16. 16. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Careers with more young workers Sports Criminology Business and trade Design Political Sciences Marketing Food industry Careers with more young workers (20-24)
  17. 17. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 OF WHICH ARE ENGAGED IN WHAT THEY STUDIED (%) Business Administration and Management Accounting Law Medicine Teacher Psychology Architeture Careers with the highest number of employed
  18. 18. The areas of Education, Healt Sciences and Physical and Mathematical Sciences. 68% Education and health.
  19. 19. + 50% Economic Management and Arts work in occupations that are not consistent with their training.
  20. 20. Teacher training for upper secondary level education Teacher training for basic education, primary level Medicine 93.6% 90.6% 88.9%
  21. 21. Around the world
  22. 22. Studying a university degree is not a guarantee for employment
  23. 23. Careers without a future
  24. 24. Salary Higher technical college with two years of study after high school , 4,000 thaousand967 pesos Wirh a degree 7,000 thoausand 497 pesos Wirh a Master , 8, 000 thousand 208 pesos Doctor's degree 9,000 thousand 400 pesos
  25. 25. Saturated careers in the U.S.
  26. 26. Some of the saturated careers in The United states are:
  27. 27. Next, there is a list of the 13 careers for the next decade.
  28. 28. Professions in Mexico…
  29. 29. How many people have Jobs related to what they studied?
  30. 30. Are they workers in an institute, or do they work by themselves?
  31. 31. Why does these things happen?
  32. 32. Reflections on the quality of medical school curricula in Mexico
  33. 33. Definition Self employment
  34. 34. 10 Myths About Self-Employment
  35. 35. Top 10 Personal Qualities for Success in Self-Employment
  36. 36. How to Be Self Employed
  37. 37. 1 Create a business idea. Innovation is the key!
  38. 38. 2 Get a partner. You have to think if you want work with a only partner or co-operative society
  39. 39. 3 Collect money. Make a budget! How much money do you have?
  40. 40. 4 Get modal.
  41. 41. 5 Promote.
  42. 42. 6 Earn money.
  43. 43. Choice or obligation
  44. 44. Doctor as a carpinter
  45. 45. Check yourself
  46. 46. Follow your dreams
  47. 47. Graduate Profile Esthela Sarai Rivera Martínez
  48. 48. Stadistics LABOR MARKET BEHAVIOR IN MEXICO Indicator Value Statements on 152 domestic occupations Staff 30.9 140 ° National Average Income $8,305 24 ° busy women 41.7 % 58 ° Private sector Public sector 20.2% 79.8%
  49. 49. SCHOOLING
  50. 50. Esthela Sarai Rivera Martínez

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