Research Paper | Education Management | Philippines | Volume 8 Issue 2, February 2019
Career Mobility of the College of Arts and Communication Graduates with Latin Honors from 1998 to 2016
Abstract: This study generally aimed at describing the career mobility of the CAC graduates with Latin honors from 1998-2016. A descriptive-method was employed in this study. Of the 129 honor graduates in CAC, 122 were reached by the researchers. Findings of the study revealed that majority are male, single, currently residing in the Philippines. A greater number passed government licensure examinations and have pursued graduate studies. As regards employment, majority are working in government agencies and are permanent. However, of the 122 respondents, only 112 are employed, of whom, a huge number are teachers. Majority of them just waited for less than a year prior to employment. A greater number of the CAC honor graduates considered their being liberally-educated and open-minded, which they attributed to the CAC, as their topmost advantage while employed. They, too, are competent in oral and in written communication and creative, hardworking, and persevering. All of these manifest the CAC 's goals and objectives in promoting the mental and physical well-being of the learners through the liberal disciplines, in fostering awareness of the ethical and social significance of, as well as the responsibility in the use of interpersonal communication and mass media, in gn9ng the learners a strong sense of fulfillment and concern for the development of their community and country. and ultimately, in developing the students into well-rounded persons who are responsible, proficient in oral and written communication and efficient contributors to the development of the country and the world.
Keywords: career mobility, Latin honors
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 2, February 2019,
Pages: 2318 - 2322
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Leah A. de Asis, Brenfred N. Romero, "Career Mobility of the College of Arts and Communication Graduates with Latin Honors from 1998 to 2016", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 8 Issue 2, February 2019, pp. 2318-2322, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=21071805
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