Improving Career Development in Students by Developing Job Analysis Skills
Management & Entrepreneurship
One of the main goals of business school education is to prepare graduates for employment after graduation. However, many managers complain about the lack of communication skills developed in many graduates seeking employment in the job market (Abraham & Karns, 2009). This paper describes the experiential exercise designed to help students complete the process of job analysis to be used for hiring or other Human Resource functions. Besides learning the process for describing jobs, students discover external resources that can help them develop more effective resumes and interview skills. Results from a student satisfaction survey of this exercise and pre-test/post-test data are provided to indicate learning in the job analysis process.
Journal of Learning in Higher Education
Cheramie, Robin, "Improving Career Development in Students by Developing Job Analysis Skills" (2014). Faculty Publications. 3979.