“Students and Labor Market: Professional Orientation Issues and Labor Market Requirements”
November 16, 11:00

During the discussion entitled “Students and Labor Market: Professional Orientation Issues and Labor Market Requirements” held at Media Center on November 16, Misha Tadevosyan, Member of Education Civic Initiative, Education Expert, speaking about the transfer of knowledge in the higher education system and the demands of the labor market, underlined the ideology of “outdated knowledge”. 

The speakers of the discussion also included Haykuhi Gevorgyan, Head of the "Professional Orientation Methodological Center" of RA Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, Mariam Yevdokimova, Member of the Armenian National Student Association, Naira Harutyunyan, Lecturer at the Department of Psychology of ASPU, Sasun Melikyan, Head of Division for Coordination and Control of Higher Education Institutions at RA Ministry of Education and Science, and Hasmik Tadevosyan, Representative of State Employment Agency at RA Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs.

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