Gokce Basbug

 

 


 

Gokce Basbug is a Ph.D. student in the Institute for Work and Employment Research (IWER) at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Gokce’s research focuses on job searching and unemployment as well as hiring practices of firms. Gokce attended Istanbul University where he double majored in Philosophy and Psychology. He also holds a Master's degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Istanbul University. Gokce published his previous work on the challenges that employed and unemployed job seekers face in Personnel Psychology.




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Explore ways to improve job opportunities and develop a personal plan for lifelong career success. The goal of this course is to explore and develop plans of action for improving the job and career opportunities for today and tomorrow’s workforce. At this time, there aren’t enough good jobs or educational opportunities in the U.S. or globally to meet the aspirations and needs of all who want and need to work or to deliver on the expectation that every generation should achieve a higher standard of living for themselves and their families than their parent’s generation. This is a fundamental ideal that drives people all over the world. In the U.S. we call it the American Dream.

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