Browsing by Subject "Labor market -- Thailand"
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(National Institute of Development Administration, 2015);
Greater educational accessibility in Thailand has considerably contributed to a collective higher level of educational attainment of the Thai labor force. Nevertheless, with the ease of access, the number of workers with overeducation has significantly risen. Overeducation refers to a situation in which a person’s education attainment exceeds the requirements of a job, giving rise to a variety of unfavorable outcomes for individuals, employers and society.
This study consists of both theoretical and empirical parts. In the theoretical part, the definitions of non-cognitive skills and similar proposed concepts are revealed as individual psychological characteristics that signal the skills or abilities to provide individual or improve group “effort,” and these characteristics can be observed through one’s personality, traits, behaviours, habits, and attitudes. A review of existing effort-inclusive economic models and psychological theories of motivation confirmed that effort involves both ...