65% of Bolivian millennials work in private companies

El Deber reports:

65% of Bolivian millennials work in private companies

Screen Shot 2016-08-31 at 8.34.22 AMThe Captura Consulting firm, conducted 1,120 surveys in La Paz, El Alto, Cochabamba and Santa Cruz, to develop the study on the Millennials Generation in Bolivia.

65% of Bolivian millennials prefer to work in private companies, revealed the Millennials Generation in Bolivia study, by Captura Consulting. The company conducted 1,120 surveys in the cities of La Paz, El Alto, Cochabamba and Santa Cruz in November 2015.

Fatima Peña, area manager of qualitative projects for Captura Consulting, said that in addition Bolivian millennials are more inclined to the medium and large organizations. 39% work in companies with more than 50 people.

As to why they prefer to study, 33% opted for business administration. 23% choose to train as a commercial engineer and 20% study economics. Only 10% opt for marketing.

Most choose a public institution for their education. In Santa Cruz, 41% studied or are studying at the Universidad Autónoma Gabriel René Moreno.

The full report will be published in the Tuesday September 6 Supplement of Economics and Business MONEY of El Deber newspaper.


… what about the informal sector? … is it considered “private sector”?

… is the Bolivian government helping or obstructing the Bolivian Millennials to secure a sustainable job?

… is Bolivian education copying with the challenge?

Published by Bolivian Thoughts

Senior managerial experience on sustainable development projects.

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