Employment trends on tertiary sector for Millennial Generation
Camino de Villa, José Andrés
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This article contains a compilation about employment trends in tertiary sector from Millennial Generation to reflect on labor market for young professionals in Mexico. A set of job profiles based on previous research in the topic will be analyzed, for this aim, using a mixed method involving ethnography and descriptive statistics. In addition, it is important to state a soft skills demand pattern for organizations in order to improve their employability, in contrast to those offered jobs which nowadays request hard skills on candidates. Finally, an enumeration of some tertiary activities classified according to National Occupation and Employment Survey (ENOE) and the National Institute for Social Security (IMSS) is done in order to contribute to a research field concerning Millennial Generation and employability in tertiary sector, especially for those Post-Graduate Scholarship Programs’ graduates abroad.