Write a data focusing on a planned journey from education into employment. you need to search for a graduate-level position or graduate training programme. you should detail how this position/programme fits into your overall career plan.
your reflective commentary will have two distinct parts.
part A: Will discuss the current marketplace for graduate employment opportunities(including graduate training programmes). In this section, you can p.m,. a general overview or focus on a particular industry or even your particular discipline( diploma majoring in Business administration and bachelor’s degree majoringB Business Administration with international management). you must use the UK or their home country (Indonesia) as the context for this section. Your discussion must review relevant academic literature.[35%].
Part B. will describe and discuss your intended career plan( the career that the writer have to choose) your commentary should include reference to academic literature where relevant and must include the following: 1. your intended graduate position/placement, with a rationale for your choice within the context of a longer-term career plan. 2. An assessment of suitability for your graduate position/placement using psychometric test results which I will send to the writer in a pdf file. , 3. identification of strengths and weaknesses related to your chosen graduate position/placement. 4. A conclusion, which should identify your next steps to build on strengths and address weaknesses.
and medium enterprises and micro enterprises with its serious impacts. Fourth by, impact, though not fully evident yet, could be on informal social safety nets by virtue of reduced remittances received from overseas migrant workers as the host country economy slows down and capital expenditures are reduced. Impact on African Continent The poorest countries of Africa will be significantly affected by the crisis. African countries will be harmed through slower export growth, reduced remittances and lower commodity prices. The crisis may also lead to a reduction in private investment flows, making weak economies even less able to cope up with internal vulnerabilities and development needs. Some African countries are facing serious macroeconomic imbalances quite independently of the financial crisis, mostly brought on the fuel and food crises-such as Ethiopia having 60 per cent inflation and so on. Burundi, Madagascar, Niger, Timor Leste, Ethiopia, Somalia and Yemen are among the ten most affected countries for both stunting and wasting indicators. All of these countries experienced double-digit food inflation during 2008-09. Impact on the Indian Economy India has already entered into recession though late a little bit compared to west. India’s exports had been expected to reach USD 200 billion by 2008, but unfortunately has been marked down to USD 180 billion in December, 2008 (when it was growing 30.9% during the last six months, but it is reported to 12% in December, 2008). According to Mr. Shaktiwel, President of Federation of Indian Exports Organization (FIEO); “India’s export share (which is 20% of the GDP) is going down, and it is expected to be 10 million job losses in March, 2009. Indian exporters have mainly been depending on North American and European markets, and both markets have entered into recession. Indian Govt. has announced an extra rescue package (around $4 billion) for the producers and exporters to revive the economy. The Indian financial system has remained relatively immune from the devastating crisis afflicting the advanced capitalist countries, mainly due to the extant regulations and public sector domination of the financial sector. The stock markets have witnessed a meltdown though, with the FIIs being net sellers worth $13.1 billion in the year 2008, which has also led to a decline in India’s foreign exchange reserves.>GET ANSWER