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Psicologia Ensino & Formação

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BOBATO, Sueli Terezinha; STOCK, Claudia Meriane  e  PINOTTI, Luciane Kaiser. Training, Employability and Professional Performance Under the Perspective of Psychology Bachelor Degree Holders. Psicol. Ensino & Form. [online]. 2016, vol.7, n.2, pp. 18-33. ISSN 2177-2061.

This study aimed to investigate the perception of Psychology undergraduates on their training process, employability and professional performance. Data were collected virtually, through a semi-structured questionnaire involving 19 holders of a psychology bachelor degree. The analysis took place on simple frequency distribution and content analysis. The results showed that the process of employability and professional performance is multifactorial, with variables related to training, personal and market characteristics. As aspects to be improved, participants suggested a better articulation between theory and practice and enlargement of scope for training programs, expanding the interchange with other fields and practices. Most psychologists hold a graduation and entered professional market through networking. The interviewed who have not employed attribute it to factors as lack of expertise and experience, low job offer and remuneration. It highlights the importance of contemplating the development of behavioral skills and career planning in the scope of curricular emphases, to enable the professional integration process.

Palavras-chave : Academic to professional transition; Psychology degree; labour market.

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