Yusuf Akgül / Effects of Education Related Demographic Characteristics on Job Finding in Insurance Companies
30 Mayıs 2021+-Yazdır491
In this study, the effects of demographic factors related to insurance education and other education fields, which are considered to be effective in the recruitment of insurance companies in different branches were examined. In the study, it was also investigated whether the education provided in universities is effective in employment.
Along with the demographic factors related to education, gender, company employee and direct sales personnel variables were also selected categorically. Working status in insurance companies operating in different branches is a dependent variable and is coded categorically. Employment data on insurance companies between 2014-2020 were used in the study. As a solution method, the multinomial logistic regression method was used.
According to the results obtained in the study, it was seen that those who graduated from the insurance and actuarial departments of the universities were employed in non-life insurance companies. However, the majority of those employed in insurance companies are direct sales personnel and they are women. In addition, it was determined that the education provided in the relevant field was not sufficient for finding a job in the insurance sector.
Insurance Companies, Human Resources, Employment, Multivariate Statistics.
G22, O15, E24, C46
How to cite this article: Akgül, Y. (2021). Effects of Education Related Demographic Characteristics on Job Finding in Insurance Companies. International Journal of Insurance and Finance, 1(1), 17-32.https://doi.org/10.52898/ijif.2021.3