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Technological Opportunities for the Digitization of the Career Development Processes

Rosen Kirilov ()

Economic Alternatives, 2020, issue 1, 184-195

Abstract: The paper examines the issues of career development of students in the context of quality management of higher education. The better realization of graduating students is an important strategic goal for each higher school and its achievement ensures a better connection of education to the labor market. The better career orientation of the students during their studies makes the higher education institution more desirable by the candidate students and increases the funding process. A very challenging task in this context is the development of relevant technological solutions to be maximally digitized, which enables career development processes for students in higher education institutions. The study justifies this necessity by presenting and analyzing data related to the changes in the information channels and access to the students, as well as the cycle of their realization. The main contributions of the article are related to elucidating the causal relationship between career development and the quality of education, as well as the development of a common conceptual model for the digitization of career development. Finally, summaries are made and conclusions are drawn.

Keywords: Information technology; digitization; career development; career centers; higher schools (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I23 L86 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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