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Today, developing a professional career in the same field that persons have an academic degree is very difficult to accomplish. The statistical data in Romania pointed that about 39.7% of the university graduate students work and try to have a professional career in another field than the one in which they have a university diploma. There are a lot of studies that have been done during the last four years focusing on revealing the necessity of working in interdisciplinary teams in elaborating the professional master curricula in relation with the employer’s requests, the specificity of occupations, the local or regional resources, etc. This paper tries to reveal the implications that the satisfaction towards the bachelor training programme in educational sciences has upon pursuing a continuous professional career in the same field.
Keywords: Career development, student satisfaction, students’ attitudes, well-being, professional development.
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