Occupation Structure and Career Choice vs Education Development and Training Level: A Presentation of Theoretical Approaches

Efrosini Pafili, John Mylonakis

Abstract


The employment of individuals, in all societies and all times, was the focal point of social structures. The economic theory provides the ability to understand the economic laws that are running in a society and gives us much knowledge how to significantly alter the economic structure of society or to bring about the desired changes. There is a causal relationship between the variables that play a role in choosing the level of the education and the occupation, such as social environment and structural factors. The people make their educational choices depending on their social integration, whether their expectations for better education and training dominate all the social levels. Overall, the range of choice of profession by women is limited because of the prevailing social attitudes and the employment-related.


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