Graduate Employability: A Multidimensional Analysis Of Factors Shaping Employment Outcomes Of The Bachelor Of Business Administration (Honours) Human Resource Management

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  • Zaharah Binti Zainal Abidin
  • Norreha Binti Othman
  • Airuddin Bin Ahmad

Abstract

It is still difficult to close the gap between occupational expectations and academic preparation in the dynamic world of higher education. This is especially important for students enrolled in the Bachelor of Business Administration (honours) Human Resource Management programme the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) has been used historically as a measure of employability, but it is unable to fully capture the complex aspects of employability for graduates. To close this disparity, we present a new measure called the Take-off Value (TOV) that attempts to measure various characteristics that lead to employability. Our research offers customised insights, acknowledging the importance of specificity in industry-specific circumstances, particularly for graduates in Bachelor of Business Administration (honours) Human Resource Management. Our study enhances previous studies methodologically by using Multinomial Logistic Regression to untangle the complex interplay between academic and non-academic factors. By providing both academic depth and useful skills for navigating the changing professional world, we essentially contribute to a fuller knowledge of the factors influencing the job results of Bachelor of Business Administration (honours) Human Resource Management graduates.

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2024-03-14

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Abidin, Z. B. Z. ., Othman, N. B. ., & Ahmad, A. B. . (2024). Graduate Employability: A Multidimensional Analysis Of Factors Shaping Employment Outcomes Of The Bachelor Of Business Administration (Honours) Human Resource Management. Migration Letters, 21(S8), 176–183. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/9261

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