Aansluiting middelbaar agrarisch onderwijs en arbeidsmarkt 1990 [Connection between secondary agricultural education and labour market 1990]

  • H.J. Pierik (Creator)



Two cohorts of students finished their secondary agricultural education (MAO) in the years 1978 and 1987 were traced and they were asked to evaluate their education and their career. Agricultural background / preliminary training / residence of MAO / subject / importance of fields of study in present job / attention paid to fields of study and practical skills during MAO / daytime education and courses after MAO of importance for career / need for courses and training at the moment / informed about courses and training of the MAO / has planned to follow courses in the near future, and motivation / description of present function and additional functions: activities, independence, had enough education to do job well, hierarchical level, education of leader, number of employees of company, expectations of employment in future for company, preference for full-time or part-time job, ( not ) satisfied with aspects of job ( level, promotion, work load, circumstances, scope to develop, working hours, income ), how did respondent get present job / has been unemployed involuntary after MAO / description of functions after MAO, before present function / most important cause of not having a paid job / social benefit / chances for paid job in near future / self-employed entrepreneurship / informed about vacancies / time spending on housekeeping and voluntary work / expectations about future of agriculture Background variables: basic characteristics/ household characteristics/ occupation/employment/ income/capital assets/ education/ readership, mass media, and 'cultural' exposure
Date made available1994
PublisherLandbouwuniversiteit Wageningen
Temporal coverage1978 - 1990
Date of data production1 Apr 1990 - 30 Jun 1990
Geographical coverageThe Netherlands


  • education
  • agriculture
  • secondary education
  • occupations
  • labour market
  • career

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