Three Needs Theory Case Study

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DR. YANGA’S COLLEGES INC. - COLLEGE OF EDUCATION GRADUATES’ EMPLOYABILITY AND JOB PERFORMANCE. A TRACER STUDY

CHAPTER 1
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

All students aim to finish college and be employed in the field where their forte is acquired. Universities and colleges are looking forward to produce globally competitive and highly qualified students. The vision is to see their graduates confidently socializing, competing and communicating with other people, locally and internationally.

College of Education of Dr. Yanga’s Colleges Inc. worked to monitor if their graduates are employed or not, if their jobs are in line with the course they have taken. Bachelor of Elementary Education and Bachelor of Secondary Education graduates were trained and honed to be an elementary and high school teacher. However, not all graduates are working as teachers, some education graduates are employed in the jobs where their skills are not in line with the course they have finished. It is a big setback for the
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It consists of achievement, power and affiliation. Everyone especially graduates are dreaming and aiming for personal and career achievements. Education students are dreaming to graduate their four years degree course and be hired as a school teacher. Most of the graduates are preparing themselves for the Licensure Examination for teachers after graduating to be a licensed teacher and be a public school teacher. In McClelland’s (1960), theory, power means winning, competing, recognitions, status, control and influence. In the field of teaching, everything is about winning. Applying in a school is a competition and graduates need to win a place. A world is absolutely a competition and every graduate should be competitive enough to standout to win the competition. Everyone is competing to win and to have a definite status in
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