were the most highly rated criteria by the participants (202 usable returns); other skills representing factors that HRMs perceived as important like human relations skills, problem-solving skills, and knowledge of software technology. However, it is not still clear in the literature how employers (o interviewers) perceive and/or capture motivation, enthusiasm and other intangible qualities in a 30-minute job interview. Often measurement is based on employers perceptions of interaction with candidates at interview, but this is an area that, in general, is under discovered in surveys.
The role higher education could show in the change of the economy and society. In terms, the highly qualified manpower formed by the higher education sector could show a important role in the examination and discovery of resources with a view to creating hire for both highly educated public.
The growth of modern education in the country as well as the identification of county educational gaps.
Perceptions, attitudes and expectations of the students, graduates and employees in deference of the system of higher education and the world of work is the factors were identification of the variables in control for private demand for higher education characteristics in generating the recruitment practices and methods for employment.
Studies were made into the flexibility of the hiring workers and the education system in adapting the skills learned in schools to the world of work, the degree of mismatch between expectations and reality in the education system as well as the world of work, the waiting period experienced before obtaining a job for different types of graduates, criteria for and degree of satisfaction of graduates with the jobs and, finally, the elements of graduates’ earnings and the degree of match or mismatch between the predictable income of students and the actual income of graduates.
Table 5: Sample lists of Tests, Skills and Abilities in Marine Industry
Sample Job on board ship: Mass Communication Specialist
Sample List of Tests Arithmetic reasoning
Spatial ability (three-dimensional space)
Computational ability Clerical (administrative) skills
Sample List of Required Skills and Abilities Knowledge Native language
Communication and media
Telecommunication equipment Administration
Skills Verbal skills
Time management skills
Interpersonal communication skills Organizing skills
Dissemination of information Categorization
Working Style Reliability
Working in harmony