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8 Sep 2016 19:44 UTCThu 8 Sep 2016 - 7:44 pm UTC
I'm looking for a recent report and/or study that has examined the job candidate pool in Santiago Chile. Specifically, I'm looking for the following in Santiago, Chile:
1. The number of professionals in the job market (i.e. how large is the pool of professional workers)
2. A distribution of this pool by profession
3. A breakdown focusing on language skills / proficiency (I'm looking for English language skills)
4. A breakdown of #3 with sub-specialties in business (e.g. finance, accounting, tax, general management, etc)
5. A breakdown of #4 by time in the market or by other demographic (age, gender, etc)
And from the university side of the equation, I'm interested in the same data to understand the pipeline of talent that flows from the education system into the job market annually.
9 Sep 2016 16:35 UTCFri 9 Sep 2016 - 4:35 pm UTC
I can't find all or the exact the information you're asking for but the following might be helpful.
According to the 2012 census, 9.5% of the Chilean population can hold a conversation in English.
See slide 8: Number and percent of people that speak English by age.
English Proficiency Index - Chile
If you know a bit of Spanish you can search the database at the National Statistics Institute of Chile for labor statistics.>
1. Select "Ocupados"
2. Select "Estimacion numero de personas"
3. Select "metroplitana" under Region
4. Select "groupo occupacional CIUO 88"
5. select "may to July 2016"
Then click on "Generar Resultados"
9 Sep 2016 20:57 UTCFri 9 Sep 2016 - 8:57 pm UTC
this is very good. Were you able to determine if the major universities publish the number of graduates by degree program? You often see this in the US and I suspect that this is also true in Chile.
10 Sep 2016 00:14 UTCSat 10 Sep 2016 - 12:14 am UTC
The Universidad de Chile and Universidad Catolica are the two largest universities.
Universidad de Chile
Number of graduates by year and by area
Number of graduates by year and by degree
Would the above and the previous information work for you?
10 Sep 2016 00:59 UTCSat 10 Sep 2016 - 12:59 am UTC
This 2014 article provides graduate numbers by age and career.
There is a lot of graduate statistics in this report from 1990 -2008
10 Sep 2016 02:31 UTCSat 10 Sep 2016 - 2:31 am UTC
thank you. I think this answers my question.
10 Sep 2016 03:40 UTCSat 10 Sep 2016 - 3:40 am UTC
Thank you for accepting my findings as the answer to your question.
In addition, you might be interested in the following:
The number of graduates by year for the top 20 careers
23 Oct 2016 14:48 UTCSun 23 Oct 2016 - 2:48 pm UTC
I'm interested in the same data for Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The twist is that it's not just english but all languages available in the area.
Should I just post this as a new question? How does this work on Uclue?
23 Oct 2016 15:32 UTCSun 23 Oct 2016 - 3:32 pm UTC
Yes, please post as a new question. I am not sure that I can find your answer but that way all Uclue researchers can work on your question.
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