Trainees’ Marketability Of Selected Youth Pre-Employment Training Program: a multinomial Logistic Regression Analysis




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APPENDIX A

Variables of the data

Variable

Definition

S1 = student’s age

Student’s age

S2 = gender

Dummy variable; 0 for female, 1 for male

S3 = student’s socioeconomic status

Total amount of monthly household income

TI1 = service quality of training institutes

Mean of service quality of training institutes

TI2 = service quality of industrial practices

Mean of workplace learning quality


LO1 = technical skills

Wireman competency score

LO2 = academic skills

Mean of the self report skills improvement in reading, writing, Mathematics, listening and speaking

LO3 = ICT skills

Mean of the self report skills improvement in computer literacy

LO4 = English proficiency

Mean of the self report skills improvement in English

M1 = Low versus high economic growth region

Dummy variable; 0 for students stay in low economic growth region, and 1 for students stay in high economic growth region

M2 = rural versus urban

Dummy variable; 0 for students stay in rural area, and 1 for students stay in urban area.



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