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Monitoring of Professional Careers of Warsaw
University of Technology Graduates
2013
summary of the study
Study ”Monitoring of Professional Careers of
Warsaw University of Technology Graduates
2013”
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General Information
The aim of the study has been to learn the opinions of
university graduates on the study completed and to gain
information on their present situation on the job market.
The study was conducted in the period of January 2013Februry 2013 in cooperation with the company PB Online
The study comprised 625 graduates of 19 faculties and 1
college of Warsaw University of Technology
Almost 37% of questionnaires were returned
The study covered graduates of first- and second-cycle
study who graduated in 2012
The study covered far more men (69%) than women (31%).
Study ”Monitoring of Professional Careers of Warsaw University of
Technology Graduates 2013”
The vast majority of Warsaw University of Technology graduates are happy (answers
”rather yes” or definitely yes are 89% of all answers). Only 13% of the respondents do
not perceive themselves as happy.
Czy generalnie uważasz się za osobę szczęśliwą/zadowoloną?
3%
10%
zdecydowanie nie
36%
raczej nie
raczej tak
zdecydowanie tak
51%
Study ”Monitoring of Professional Careers of Warsaw University
of Technology Graduates 2013”
STUDY AT WARSAW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
• The respondents were asked to mark, on a 10-point scale, to
what extent they are happy with their faculty of graduation.
The average level of satisfaction with the faculty of graduation
for the whole University is 7.31.
• Almost 60% of the Warsaw University of Technology
graduates asked claim that they would choose the same
faculty again. Nearly 18% of the respondents would take
another decision and almost every fourth has no opinion on
that subject. The greatest percentage of those who would
choose the same faculty again are graduates of the Faculties
of: Electrical Engineering (95%) and Mathematics and
Information Science (94%).
Study ”Monitoring of Professional Careers of Warsaw University of
Technology Graduates 2013”
STUDY AT WARSAW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
Satisfaction of the respondents with graduation from Warsaw University of Technology
is at quite a high level. 35% of them ranked it at the level of 9 or 10 (the highest level of
satisfaction). Grades of 5 or below constitute 15% in total.
Study ”Monitoring of Professional Careers of Warsaw University of
Technology Graduates 2013”
STUDY AT WARSAW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
Almost every second respondent
believes that having graduated
from Warsaw University of
Technology greatly increases his
or her chances on the job market
(47%) and more than one in five
respondent stated that the
positive influence is very
significant (21%). Little influence
of being a Warsaw University of
Technology graduate is noted by
only 5%, and very little – by 3%
of the respondents.
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Technology Graduates 2013”
STUDY AT WARSAW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
3/4 of the respondents claim
they would choose Warsaw
University of Technology again
and only 6% would not. 19%
were unable to give an opinion.
Study ”Monitoring of Professional Careers of Warsaw University
of Technology Graduates 2013”
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
44% of the Warsaw University of Technology graduates asked at present work on the basis
of a permanent job contract. On the basis of a civil contract work 22% of the respondents.
(13% on the basis of a contract for mandate and 9% on the basis of a contract for specific
work). 7% run their own businesss or are partners in a company. Every fifth repondent
declared they do not work at present. To 10% none of the above pertains, which probably
means they are part of the grey market and realise their professional actvities in an
informal way.
Study ”Monitoring of Professional Careers of Warsaw University of
Technology Graduates 2013”
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Warsaw University of Technology graduates found a job very quickly after graduation.
Half of the respondents looked for a job shorter than one month, almost every third
looked for a job longer than one month but shorter than 3 months. Only 18% could not
find a job longer than three months.
How long did you look for a job (permanent job contract, contract for
specific work, for mandate)?
6%
7%
Krócej niż miesiąc
5%
Między 1 a 2 miesiące
Między 2 a 3 miesiące
12%
51%
Między 3 a 4 miesiące
Między 4 a 6 miesięcy
19%
Powyżej 6 miesięcy
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Graduates 2013”
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
PEOPLE EMPLOYED
The respondents were also asked how they found their present job. Here they could give a few
answers. The greatest percentage found a job by looking among friends or family (26%). 22% of the
graduates sent their CVs to chosen companies. As many as 15% found a job through student job
placements. One in ten was employed as a result of headhunter company actions. Other ways of
looking for jobs were much less popular.
Jak znalazłeś/znalazłaś swoją aktualną pracę ?
Szukając wśród znajomych i rodziny
28,3%
Przeglądając oferty w Internecie
26,3%
Wysyłając CV do konkretnych firm
22,5%
Szukając praktyk w firmach
14,7%
Firma headhunterska skontaktował/a się ze…
10,4%
Inne
8,0%
Rejestrując CV na portalach pośrednictwa pracy
5,8%
Korzystając z pomocy Biura Karier
4,8%
Uczestnicząc w targach pracy
3,1%
Czytając ogłoszenia prasowe
2,9%
Przeglądając katalogi firm
1,9%
Korzystając z pomocy agencji pośrednictwa…
Korzystając z pomocy Urzędu Pracy
1,0%
0,2%
0%
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
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Technology Graduates 2013”
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
PEOPLE EMPLOYED
• Most companies where the questioned graduates of Warsaw University of
Technology are employed operate internationally (53%). Almost every
third company operates in the whole area of Poland (35%), others are
active locally or in the voivodship (12%).
• The vast majority of graduates work in the Mazowsze voivodship: 62% in
Warsaw and 33% in other cities and towns in the voivodship.
• Among those employed 92% work in Poland, 5% in other European
countries and nearly 3% work outside the European Union.
What is the sector of the company in which you are
employed?
Informatyka
Architektura / Budownictwo
10%
Telekomunikacja
6%
Energetyka / Elektryka
5%
Badania i Rozwój
4%
Finanse i ubezpieczenia
4%
Produkcja / Przetwórstwo
4%
Doradztwo
3%
Lotnictwo / Kosmonautyka
3%
Handel / Marketing
3%
Geodezja i Kartografia
3%
Elektronika
3%
Chemia / Biotechnologia /…
3%
Edukacja / Szkolenia
2%
Automatyka i Robotyka
2%
Administracja publiczna
2%
Media
2%
Ogrzewnictwo / Wentylacja /…
2%
Usługi
2%
Transport / Logistyka
2%
Mechanika / Budowa Maszyn
1%
Ochrona zdrowia
1%
Ochrona środowiska
1%
Motoryzacja
1%
Spożywcza
1%
Petrochemia / Przemysł… 1%
Nieruchomości
1%
Turystyka i Gastronomia
0,4%
Prawo
0,4%
Rolnictwo i Leśnictwo
0,2%
Inne
8%
0%
5%
10%
19%
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of Warsaw University of Technology
Graduates 2013”
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
PEOPLE EMPLOYED
The study has shown that WUT graduates mostly
work in companies from the IT sector (19%). 10%
of companies are from the sector of architecture /
civil engineering, 6% - telecommunications, 5% power / electrical engineering. 4% (per each
sector) work in companies operating in the fields:
Research and Development, finance and
insurance, and 3% (per each sector) in the fields:
consulting, aviation / aerospace, trade / marketing,
geodesy and cartography, electronics, chemistry /
biotechnology / pharmacy. Other sectors employ
fewer respondents.
15%
20%
25%
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Technology Graduates 2013”
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
PEOPLE EMPLOEYED
• Most respondents (87%) are employed as assistants or specialists (44.7%
as an assistant or a regular employee and 42.5% as specialists or senior
specialists respectively). Some of them are directors or run their own
companies (in total 7%).
• 35% of the respondents employed on the basis of a regular job contract or
a contract for specific work or for mandate use the knowledge gained in
the course of study to a very large or large extent. Almost the same
number (28%) use the knowledge to a small or very small extent.
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Technology Graduates 2013”
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
PEOPLE EMPLOYED
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Almost half (53%) of the
respondents employed are very
satisfied with their jobs (grades 810). 39% are quite happy (grades
4-7). The smallest percentage are
people least satisfied (grades 1-3),
8% in total.
14.5% of the questioned
employees have gross monthly
earnings below 20000 PLN. The
next levels are represented by
every fifth or sixth graduate. One
in ten graduates earns monthly
from 50000 PLN to 70000 PLN. The
next levels (over 70000 PLN) are
represented by few people.
Information on his or her monthly
salary was not provided by 9% of
the respondents.
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Technology Graduates 2013”
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
PEOPLE EMPLOYED
56% of people employed are considering opening their own buiness, 42% do not
have such plans, while 2% of the respondents already have a company.
Czy rozważasz założenie własnej firmy
(umowa o pracę, umowa o dzieło, umowa zlecenie)?
2%
Tak
42%
Nie
56%
Już posiadam firmę
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Technology Graduates 2013”
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
PEOPLE UNEMPLOYED
The most frequently given reason for
not having a job is continuation of
education (as many as 61% of the
answers - it needs to be borne in
mind that first-cycle graduates also
participated in the study). The
second most popular reason is the
lack of sufficient experience
demanded by companies (41%).
The third significant reason was
lack of offers in line with the
graduate’s education (26%).
Interestingly, it was also
mentioned that companies did not
meet the graduates’ expectations
(8.6% of all answers).
Jaka jest przyczyna, przez którą obecnie nie pracujesz?
Kontynuuję edukację
61,4%
Szukam pracy, ale nie mam
wystarczającego doświadczenia…
41,4%
Szukam pracy, ale brakuje ofert zgodnych
z moim wykształceniem
25,7%
Szukam pracy, ale nie znalazłem/
znalazłam firmy, która spełnia moje…
Nie szukam pracy
8,6%
6,4%
Szukam pracy, ale nie mogę jej znaleźć ze
względu na moją płeć
2,9%
Szukam pracy, ale nie mogę jej znaleźć ze
względu na mój wiek
2,1%
0%
10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70%
Study ”Monitoring of Professional Careers of Warsaw University of
Technology Graduates 2013”
Present situation of the respondents on the job market vs. their
activity during study
As the study has shown, taking up a job during
study positively influences chances of
finding a job right after study. Regardless
of the present form of employment, those
respondents who worked during study are
now more often employed than those
who were not employed as students. The
best in the category are those who run
their own business. As many as 90% of
them also worked during study. In the
group of people who work on the basis of
a permanent job contract . 85% of them
worked during study. Similar results are
noted for people who work on the basis of
civil code contracts. There are no bigger
differences betweeen people who work
on the basis of different contracts.
On the other hand, the greatest percentage of
repondents who did not work during
study are among those respondents who
at present also do not work (39.3%) and
also those who marked their status as
”none of the above” (38.7%).
Praca podczas studiów a aktualna sytuacja na rynku pracy
Prowadzę działalność gospodarczą / jestem
wspólnikiem w spółce
90,2%
9,8%
Pracuję w oparciu o umowę o pracę
85,0%
15,0%
Pracuję w oparciu o umowę zlecenie
84,0%
16,0%
Pracuję w oparciu o umowę o dzieło
83,1%
16,9%
Żadne z powyższych
61,3%
38,7%
Aktualnie nie pracuję
60,7%
39,3%
0%
Tak, pracowałem/am podczas studiów
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
Nie pracowałem/am podczas studiów
Korzystając z poniższej listy określ, w jakim stopniu masz
rozwinięte kompetencje.
analityczne myślenie (umiejętność…
1,0% 24,6%
umiejętność przyswajania wiedzy 4,0%
40,5%
55,5%
umiejętność pracy w zespole 7,7%
44,8%
47,5%
otwartość na zmiany 8,0%
47,2%
44,8%
44,3%
44,6%
51,5%
42,2%
komunikatywność 11,0%
samorozwój 6,2%
kreatywność 11,7%
umiejętność stosowania… 8,8%
49,4%
38,9%
54,7%
36,5%
umiejętność radzenia sobie ze stresem
14,7%
49,4%
35,8%
umiejętność zarządzania sobą w czasie
17,0%
47,8%
35,2%
umiejętność współpracy z ludźmi z… 21,1%
wiedza specjalistyczna związana z…7,8%
45,1%
17,0%
All respondents were asked to evaluate the level of
development of their competences and the mark how
much these competences are important on the job
market in their opinion.
Most people claimed that to the greatest extent they
have developed the competence of analytical thinking
(74.4%) and the ability to acquire knowldge (55.5%).
33,8%
58,7%
samodzielność w sferze zawodowej /… 19,8%
umiejętność przekazywania wiedzy
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Professional Careers of
WUT Graduates 2013”
COMPETENCES
74,4%
33,4%
48,2%
32,0%
53,4%
29,6%
posługiwanie się językiem obcym
27,8%
autoprezentacja / wystąpienia publiczne
30,2%
46,6%
23,2%
umiejętność zarządzania zespołem
29,9%
49,9%
20,2%
umiejętność planowania i zarządzania…
34,7%
wiedza pozatechniczna związana z…
1 - stopień najniższy
0%
44,3%
2
44,6%
27,5%
49,3%
16,0%
46,2%
20%
40%
60%
3 - stopień najwyższy
9,4%
80%
100%
W jakim stopniu kompetencje te uważasz za istotne na rynku pracy
analityczne myślenie (umiejętność…
posługiwanie się językiem obcym
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Professional Careers of
WUT Graduates 2013”
COMPETENCES
umiejętność radzenia sobie ze stresem
umiejętność stosowania specj.…
umiejętność przyswajania wiedzy
umiejętność zarządzania sobą w czasie
komunikatywność
In the respondents’ view, the most important
competence on the job market (grades 5 and 6) is the
ability of logical thinking (85.3%).
Apart from that the ability to use a foreign language
(76%), to cope with stress (71.4%), to use specialist
tools (computer programmes, technologies and
procedures, specialist devices, preparing technical
documentation) (69.5%), to acquire knowledge
(69.5%) and specialist knowledge connected with the
field of study (63.2%) are very significant.
wiedza specjalistyczna związana z…
samorozwój
kreatywność
umiejętność pracy w zespole
autoprezentacja / wystąpienia…
samodzielność w sferze zawodowej /…
otwartość na zmiany
umiejętność zarządzania zespołem
umiejętność planowania i zarządzania…
umiejętność współpracy z ludźmi z…
umiejętność przekazywania wiedzy
wiedza pozatechniczna związana z…
1 - mało istotne
2
0%
3
20%
4
40%
5
60%
80% 100%
6 - bardzo istotne
Competence
Required
Possessed difference
Ability to use a foreign language
2
15
-13
Ability to cope with stress
3
10
-7
Ability to plan and manage projects
14
18
-4
Ability to manage their time
7
11
-4
Ability to use specialist tools (computer programmes,
technologies, procedures, specilist devieces, preparing
technical documentation)
4
7
-3
Seelf-presentation / public presentations
13
16
-3
Independence in professional life / being proactive
12
14
-2
Specialist knowledge connected with the field of study
8
9
-1
Ability to manage a team
16
17
-1
Analitycal thinking (ability to analyse, draw
conclusions)
1
1
0
Non-technical knowledge connected with economic,
social and legal issues
19
19
0
Being communicative
6
6
0
Being creative
11
8
3
Ability to acquire knowledge
5
2
3
Ability to get knowledge across
17
13
4
Self-development
10
5
5
Ability to work in teams
9
3
6
Ability to cooperate with people from various cultures
18
12
6
Being open to change
15
4
11
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Professional Careers of
WUT Graduates 2013”
COMPETENCES
Thanks to additional analysis of the answers of WUT
graduates to questions on competences, the ranking
has been prepared on the abilities needed on the
market and those of the graduates. As it turns out, the
repondents - in relation to the market demands –
perceive in themselves their ability to use a foreign
language and their ability to cope with stress as the
weakest. They also see the neeed of improvement of
the ability to plan and manage projects, ability to
manage their time, ability to use specialist tools of
self-presentation and public presentation and
independence in professional life. Specialist
knowledge connected with their field of study and
ability to manage teams are competences that need
improvement to the smallest degree.

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