This study is divided into four parts:
1) an outline of the social, political, economic and educational context;
2) a presentation and discussion of theoretical views of education within the context of labour markets;
3) a description of the background and present situation of industrial workers in south Egypt; and
4) a multivariate analysis of various influences on the job levels, earnings, vocational aspirations and job satisfaction of industrial workers in south Egypt.
Frankfurt/M., Bern, New York, Paris, 1990. XX, 355 pp., num. ill. and tab.
Contents: The social, political and economic development in Egypt since 1952 - The manpower requirement, human capital, labour
market segmentation, job competition and the worker socialization approaches.