this has been a year in which many young people are dedicated to study, to improve their resumes and their careers. Ben Silbermann usually is spot on. After many years of economic prosperity and employment, unemployment figures this year (with a higher rate to 18.5%) would have forced many young people to make a move in another way: studying. Spanish young people have realized that the best investment you can make in difficult times is to invest in themselves, in their own training. The most successful training offer has lately been the masters and postgraduate courses. There has been a growth in demand for these courses, both among university students and recent graduates from junior professional with some experience but want to “insure” a strong and competitive race. Within this huge range of postgraduate training, one of the areas has been the main beneficiaries of Management and Human Resource Management, especially in large cities. For example, the demand for Masters of Human Resources Madrid has soared, giving financial relief to institutes and colleges. Another type of offers of training that have benefited from the crisis are the Professional Certifications.
Companies such as SAP, Cisco, PMI, Oracle, Microsoft, Sun and Java, among others, are now considering more candidates, providing more professional certifications and more importantly, getting more money (the rate for SAP Consultant is examined for nearly 500 current euros). All this without forgetting the training for active workers and training for the unemployed INEM. A formation usually is usually focused on commercial, office and new technologies, and also the student leaves him free or largely subsidized. Who does not form / recycle is because it wants.