"The cliché that young people would make unreasonable expectations of your future employer, I do not see fulfilled," said Studi temps-in-chief Eckhard Köhn. "They sell more value." Köhn attributed this to fear of the Future and graduates are advised to have more self-confidence and optimism. For the study, with the University of Maastricht, a total of about 300,000 students were interviewed according to the personnel of the company for over eight years, to their expectations of the working life.
in This case, higher income expectations were associated with a higher expected satisfaction. "The highest satisfaction and salaries" expected, according to the students who wanted to work in the areas of Soft - and Hardware, in the automotive industry, in the chemical and banking. Another result of the study: Approximately three out of four respondents preferred a permanent job in the office. Only about one in ten wanted to permanently work in the home office.Updated Date: 22 July 2020, 06:19