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Title

ANALYSIS OF BARRIERS TO AGRICULTURAL GRADUATES' EMPLOYMENT

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MOVAHEDI R.

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 Start Page 79 | End Page 95

Abstract

 The current study is a qualitative research in which GROUNDED THEORY approach was used. To collect data an interview tool through in-depth interviews was applied. A theoretical purposeful sampling method implemented to select samples during the snowball procedures. Data were, theoretically, saturated by interviewing with 21 agricultural graduates and 9 employers and agricultural faculty members. To select graduates to interview the most important criteria were their willingness to cooperate, having good experience , adequate information about the research objectives, two years UNEMPLOYMENT status after the graduation, as well as their attempt to find a job. Data analyse's was performed the during open coding, axial coding and selective coding processes, Then to identify the, themes Strauss and Corbin (1998), paradigm used by establishing relationships between themes and casual conditions, contextual conditions, intervention/ intermediate conditions, strategies and consequences. Results showed that the most important barriers and problems faced to the agricultural graduates were; low quality and inappropriate syllabus in universities, lack of university teachers' skills, unawareness to entrepreneurship skills during education, lack of advisory services and supports for the graduates, no enough infrastructures, individual problems like low self-confidence, interest to work, and insufficient skills among the agricultural students and graduates, not enough financial and banking facilities, not strong linkage and coordination between organizations related to agriculture, no appropriate administrative regulations and laws, sociocultural problems, structural problems in the country's agricultural economy.

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