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Masaryk University graduates are more afraid of unemployment, but have higher salaries, a survey showed


BRNO (MEDIAFAX) - The impact of the economic crisis of recent years has shown the most recent survey found out that graduates of the Masaryk University in Brno, in practice, two years after the end of their studies. Mediafax agency on Sunday said spokeswoman Teresa Fojtová University.

Contrary to previous findings from the survey of graduates from 2009 to 2010 more afraid of potential unemployment. Although eight out of ten respondents are employed or doing business, getting work evaluated as slower and heavier than before. Survey was attended by 1 799 full-time master's degree graduates of all faculties of the nine largest Moravian University.

"Although unemployment among respondents, only two and a half percent, which is roughly three times less than in the Czech population, compared to older research dating from 2007 to 2008 graduates with a little more afraid of potential unemployment.Also increased the proportion of pessimistic assessment of future applications in the field, "the author Jaroslav R Nekuda of Economics and Administration Faculty of Masaryk University. Work but gets seven out of ten graduates already two months after leaving school.

The average wage of current MU graduates compared to previous surveys has risen again, at nearly 25 thousand. Salary differences exist not only between different faculties, but also between men and women. Women are under investigation salaries by about a fifth lower. You currently earn most computer programmers, who take an average of 38 000 and also recorded the largest increase in two years' salary. Higher wages than the average university, graduates receive the Faculty of Social Studies and the Faculty of Economics and Administration. "This year, in this group were joined by new and young doctors," said Nekuda.

Historically, the second highest proportion in 16 years, when Masaryk University conducted a survey, graduates achieve satisfaction with what they gave to university life. Masaryk University, according to the survey was to study again, almost 86 percent of them. Nearly 80 percent of graduates also work in the field, who graduated from, or in a related field.

George Novacek, novacek@mediafax.cz

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