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PSBA ALUMNI TRACER FORM
Your Alma Mater, the Philippine School of Business Administration (PSBA)-Manila, is conducting this survey for two reasons. One is to enlist all alumni so that the PSBA Graduate Alumni Association would be formed. The other is to find out the extent to which the school has contributed to the employment and career of its alumni.
Your responses will be used exclusively for the purposes of this research, and will thus be considered confidential. Your cooperation for responding to this survey will go a long way as important feedback to update the school with external developments and industry trends and, thus, make the school’s program of courses, curriculum, and other activities be relevant to the needs of its students.
A. Personal Identification
Contact Mobile/Telephone Number
Region of Origin
Province of Origin
City/Municipality of Origin
Degree(s) taken from Philippine School of Business Administration (PSBA)-Manila
Area of specialization
Year graduated from PSBA
Honors/Awards received as graduate student
Reasons for taking up the course/degree at PSBA (You may check one or more response choices)
Influence of parents/relatives
Assurance for immediate employability
Prestige of the course/degree
Prospects for good career advancement
Opportunity to work abroad
Earn good income
Chance to work in a prestigious business company
Why did you choose to be self-employed? (You may check one or more response choices):
do not want to be serving a boss
to be an entrepreneur is my dream
to be an employee is to have a very limited income while to be self-employed means more money if one only is industrious
to be one’s own boss
to have more possibilities in business
our family already has a business and I am the one supposed to continue it
the employment location is far away from home
If self-employed, what is your line of business?
For the unemployed, why are you not employed? (You may check one or more response choices):
still going to take advanced or further study
attending to family concerns/problems
lack of work experience
no job opportunity
did not look for a job
tired of looking for a job
looking for a job entails expenses
unlucky in finding a job
To Be Answered By Those Employed Only
Length of time between graduation and your first job
Few months only
More than a year
Was looking for a job difficult?
How many agencies/companies did you apply for work before you got your first job?
Is your present job related to your college course?
First employer’s name and address
How long did you stay in your first job?
less than a month
1 to 6 months
7 to 11 months
1 year to 2 years
2 years or more
Employment Status in Present Job
Why are you staying in your present job? (You may check one or more response choices)
Salary and benefits
Related to skills acquired from education
Proximity to residence
Employer/boss is good and understanding
Present job employer’s name
Employer’s location/address and contacts
Which of the following categories of employee do you belong?
regular or permanent
Which of the following occupation category (following the Philippine Standard Occupational Classification) does your present job belong?
officials of government and special-interest organizations, corporate executives, managers, managing proprietors and supervisors
technicians and associate professionals
service workers and shop and market sales workers
farmers, forestry workers and fishermen
trades and related workers
plant and machine operators and assembler
laborers and unskilled workers
What is the major line of business that the company you are working with is engaged in?
agriculture, hunting and forestry
mining and quarrying
electricity, gas and water supply
wholesale and retail trade, repair of motor vehicles, motorcycles and personal and household goods
hotels and restaurants
transport storage and communication
real estate, renting and business activities
public administration and defense, compulsory social security
health and social work
other community, social and personal services
private households with employed persons
extra-territorial organizations and bodies
Does your present job relate to your graduate studies course?
Which of the competencies you learned in college have been useful in your present job? (You may check one or more response choices)
social or human relations skills
information technology skills
problem solving skills
critical thinking skills
Suggestions (to be answered by all alumni whether employed, self-employed, or unemployed)
List down your own suggestions for PSBA to improve the curriculum of its undergraduate course offerings
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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