Tag Archives: Mobility

The Impact of Educational Attainment on Individual Earning and Social Class Mobility (Published)

Demand for schooling had dramatically increased and there are overwhelming number of graduate and new entrants admitting particular level of colleges and universities degree to receive the full rewards associated with educational qualification. therefore, this paper had examined the interlinkage between educational attainment, individual earning and social class movement with individual qualification once employed, a quantitative design were deployed and data were gathered via scholarly article review and actual observation records thus the result indicated that the higher the educational attainment is, the higher the individual earnings, buying power,  income level and standard of living is, which also results into a hierarchically upward mobility to the next social class with considerable degree of status and influence.

Keywords: Mobility, educational attainment, individual earning, social class

Workers Mobility within Schengen: A Comparative Study of 17 Countries Requirements (Published)

The article is aimed to provide a summary of current EU provisions regulating the mobility for third-country nationals (“TCNs”) performing working activities within the Schengen Area.

Keywords: Mobility, Schengen, visas, workers

The Comparative Study of Social Mobility among Scheduled Castes of Two Blocks in Ghaziabad District of Uttarpradesh India (Published)

This paper is based on the primary data collected from the respondents’ inhabitated in the rural areas of the state of Uttar Pradesh in India. The study was conducted in two block districts of Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh. The blocks selected were randomly sampled. Data was collected through interview schedule in an unbiased manner. The sample included 100 respondents residing in the rural areas of two block districts of Ghaziabad of Uttar Pradesh. A total number of 100 respondents, 20 from five villages, were selected using random sampling procedure. This study is based on simple and rapid comparisons of frequency percentages as suggested as an alternative to scoring and scaling methods.

Keywords: Area, Mobility, Political Power, Respondents, Social Structure, Villages