THE ROLE OF HUMAN CAPITAL FOR EMPLOYMENT GROWTH: A CASE STUDY OF HEIS IN JAMSHORO EDUCATION CITY
The scope and purpose of this paper is to examine the influence and extent of human capital on the employment growth. Such measurement is taken from the higher educational Institutes (HEIs) as empirical evidence. The paper would measure the important factors of the human capital such as education, training and experience as the basic catalysts for the formation of the human capital and when it’s utilized in organized manner it’s incidence on the employment opportunities at micro level and on economy at macro level. Quantitative method is used for this paper, because the aim is to classify features, count them, and construct analysis in an attempt to explain what is observed during the research. It is found that whether it is the general or specific human capital, there should be an urgency to develop customized (need based) skills and competencies to cater the needs of certain industries. It is further transpired that the blend of general (education) and specific (training & experience) human capital ensures the positive growth of employment, as both these factors complement each other.