Analysis of the Selection of It Specialties by Graduates in Ternopil

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Lviv Politechnik National University, Department of Information Systems and Networks
Lviv Politechnik National University
Temopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University
Rivne State Humanitarian University, Ukraine

The implementation of effective communication processes in urban socio-communication environments is a necessary prerequisite for the formation of procedures for professional self- determination of residents in “smart” cities. They provide interpersonal relationships in the urban society, in particular the education system, the labor market, and the transformation that take place in the economy of cities and territorial communities. The conducted research shows that the process of choosing a person’s professional direction is a complex, multi-step, iterative socio-communication process that requires a large number of parameters and prerequisites. In order to increase the efficiency of the decision-making process by the entrant for the choice of the future specialty, a software-algorithmic complex has been developed that implements information technologies for choosing a profession and supporting the training of specialists. The article considers the architecture of the software-algorithmic complex as a component of the project activity to meet the needs of the IT industry in skilled personnel, whose training begins with the school. The authors, using the functional capabilities of the software- algorithmic complex, analyzed the tendencies for the compilation of external independent evaluation by graduates of secondary schools in Ternopil in subjects specialized for the IT industry specialties. The results of the EIT and the selection of subjects for its assembly testify to the gradual increase in the interest of entrants in the IT industry.

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