Impact of the Educational System on Job Performance in Egypt (1988-2018)
Sharara, Merihan Mahmoud Faired
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Education was founded in Egypt since the era of the ancient Egyptians who invented the writing system, where the House of Life was founded as the first school and library in the history of humanity. According to the Egyptian constitution, education is free and compulsory until the end of secondary school or equivalent level in accordance with the Egyptian law. Education is the process by which knowledge, values and skills accumulate from generation to generation in society through education institutions. (Sadek, 2016) Through education, the economic and social development of any country is achieved, teaching and learning consider as one of the most important way for improvement, especially for developing countries. As they recognize that education is a key for advancement, as educated people can do some tasks easily and efficiently compared to uneducated or those who receive less educated and this played a major role in job performance. (Ahmed, 2017) This study focused on studying the factors that play role in improving the performance of job and what are the resources that we must work on in order to achieve the actual progress that a state need. The job performance increases the standard level of individuals and this by making them realizing the importance of cooperation, hard working and follow organization structure. (Jankingthing & Rurkkhum, 2012) Throughout the last 30 years Egypt had faces a corruption in many of state organizations field, which had a negative impact on the developing process, now a day a country tried to move on by solving all the old issues that has become bigger than state capability to solve it, and this affect negatively on citizens life. (Kingsley, 2013) Job performance is influenced by many factors such as environment, salary, and discrimination etc. We have to look at how state institutions provide services to these employees. Egypt is one of the countries where there is corruption in government institutions. This has a negative impact on the performance of citizens’ work. We will discuss how the government institution started to work on reform, and the role of the international community to support the Egyptian industry. The outcome of this paper will be to evaluate the education system in Egypt and how this impact on the job performance and on the developing process, we will look at the main reasons behind the low quality of education in Egypt and how we can improve it. Education is one of the main sources of any country to develop, and this improvement will positively affect state performance.
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