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|Other Titles:||A Study of Relationships among College Graduates' Backgrounds, Occupational Competency, and the Attainment of Their First Occupational Status|
Amy Shu-Min Chen
Department od Education, NTNU
This article analyzed the relationships among college graduates' backgrounds,occupational competency, and the attainment of their first occupational status. Theauthor used the Taiwan Integrated Higher Education Survey Database to analyze the issue. The research found that (l) the highest percentage of the college graduates' first occupational status was “assistant and technical professional," while the second highest percentage was “ administrative personnel." About 31% of college graduates planed to go on to further education, and 13% were undecided concerning occupational decisions. (2)most college graduates in this study believed that “ professional knowledge and skills" was the best indicator of the professional competency, while “team-work" was the bestaspect of the general competency. (3) based on the variables of background and school type, the occupational competency of the college graduates demonstrated . (4) although the logic regression model accounted for about 21.9% of college graduates' first occupational status the background variables still demonstrated strong influence. This paper also provided suggestions for further research and practical application.
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