STUDY OF GENERATIONAL COHORTS OF GRADUATES OF THE DEGREE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING OF THE TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF OAXACA IN TIMES OF COVID-19

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LUIS HUMBERTO ROBLEDO-TABOADA
MARTHA HILARIA BARTOLO-ALEMÁN
MOISÉS MARTÍNEZ-LÓPEZ
MARCELO VASQUEZ-MARTINEZ
SARAI MARIA MARTÍNEZ-MENDOZA
GERARDO SILVA-MONTES
ATALIA LUNA-PEREZ
VICENTE MORALES-CASTILLO
DANNY ADOLFO CORDOVA-MIRELES

Abstract

In this work, the generational cohorts were analyzed through the analysis and synthesis of the institute's databases through the use of Excel software, advanced filters and dynamic tables, thus obtaining the number of industrial engineering graduates from the year 2012 to 2017, it an analytical table is presented of the school trajectory of the industrial engineering students of the Technological Institute of Oaxaca, however it is compared to graduates of previous generations of the same institution, the impact of the current pandemic is analyzed and a perspective of future ones is proposed generations in terms of future problems that intervene in the number of graduated students and number of graduated graduates.

Keywords:
Generational cohorts, industrial engineering, covid-19, graduates

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ROBLEDO-TABOADA, L. H., BARTOLO-ALEMÁN, M. H., MARTÍNEZ-LÓPEZ, M., VASQUEZ-MARTINEZ, M., MARTÍNEZ-MENDOZA, S. M., SILVA-MONTES, G., LUNA-PEREZ, A., MORALES-CASTILLO, V., & CORDOVA-MIRELES, D. A. (2022). STUDY OF GENERATIONAL COHORTS OF GRADUATES OF THE DEGREE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING OF THE TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF OAXACA IN TIMES OF COVID-19. Journal of Global Research in Education and Social Science, 16(4), 8-12. https://doi.org/10.56557/jogress/2022/v16i47997
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