Employability and Job Performance of Graduates of Occidental Mindoro State College Graduate School


  •  Venessa S. Casanova    
  •  Wenceslao M. Paguia    

Abstract

This descriptive study determined the employability and job performance of Occidental Mindoro State College (OMSC) Graduate School graduates. The study was conducted from January 2020 to August 2020 at OMSC Main Campus, San Jose, Occidental Mindoro, Philippines. A total of 40 respondents selected through simple random sampling participated in the study. A self-made questionnaire was the main instrument used in gathering data for the endeavor. Data were analyzed using frequency and percentage, weighted mean, and Pearson-r moment correlation. Most respondents are middle-aged females who took Master of Arts in Education and graduated in 2013. The majority of the respondents are regular employees designated as unit heads, recently promoted, attended a few seminars and training, and did not receive any award and recognition after obtaining their master's degree. On the other hand, the respondents perform their jobs very well, as shown in their work quality, work habits, human relations, and leadership skills. Furthermore, there is a relationship between gender, graduation year, academic program, promotion, and graduates' job performance. It was concluded that gender, graduation year, academic program, and promotion might affect the graduates' job performance.



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  • ISSN(Print): 1925-4741
  • ISSN(Online): 1925-475X
  • Started: 2011
  • Frequency: quarterly

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