Analysis of Work Skills and Social Skills Necessary for Teamwork of Unaccompanied Foreign Minors

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María Tomé Fernández , Eva María Olmedo Moreno , María Dolores Pistón Rodríguez , Alfonso Conde Lacárcel , María Asunción Martínez Martínez


Introduction: The aim of this study is to detect whether there are significant differences in the Social Skills necessary for Teamwork and between the Labor Skills of the MENA based on gender, whether they work or not, study they are studying and time in Spain. In addition to checking the existing correlations between the aforementioned dimensions; and analyze the relationships and effects between these dimensions and the structural models designed. Method: For this, a sample of 131 MENA (N=68 women and N=63 men) between the ages of 15 and 17, using three instruments: a sociodemographic scale and two questionnaires (Davies et al., 2011; Romero-Diaz et al., 2022). For the analysis of the data, the SPSS statistical package in its latest version and the IBM AMOS 25 program were used. Results: Among the main results, it was obtained that the sociodemographic characteristics of sex and time in Spain do not influence the development of the Social Skills necessary for Teamwork, nor in Labor Skills of the MENA. That there is a strong correlation between the dimensions of the skills necessary for Teamwork and between the factors of Labor Skills. And positive and direct associations between each of the instruments analyzed and their factors. Discussion: Which establishes new horizons to consider in the professional and labor education of the MENA.

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