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Measuring Students' Employability Skills as They Are Perceived at Yarmouk University
Canadian Social Science
The purpose of this study was to investigate Yarmouk University students' employability skills as they are perceived. The study also examined if there were any differences in perceptions on employability skills among students on assigned variables (gender, high school discipline, level of study, type of college, and major willingness). Data for this study were collected via validated and reliability tested questionnaire. The survey includes 10 employability skills domains combined forty-item. Afatcat:75qolxu2gvhgtmhlucrsjmvjh4