The impact of completing mobilities abroad on the life of individuals in Czechia

05. 02. 2024

The results of the survey provide insight into the real and long-term impacts of participation in international mobilities within the programs administered by DZS.

The research, carried out in collaboration with STEM/MARK, focused primarily on the following areas, based on a comparison of young people involved and not involved in mobilities:

  • Remuneration
  • Employment
  • Competences
  • Values
  • Family background
  • Satisfaction

Research objective

  • To compare participants and non-participants in terms of their key competencies and income level

Target group

  • Respondents aged 18-35 with at least a secondary-school education level
  • Working for at least 1 year but no more than 10 years
  • Working at least 30 hours per month in the last year
  • Participated/not participated in an international educational or volunteering placement

Details of the survey

  • Methodology: CAWI survey
  • Number of interviews conducted: mobility participants n=301 and non-participants n=304
  • Date of data collection: 7 - 21 December 2022
  • Selection: quota sampling
  • Data: unweighted