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|Other Titles:||An Analysis of the Conditions of Employment for Technological and Vocational School Graduates Majoring in Commercial Subjects|
Department od Education, NTNU
Based on the present employment situation, this study discusses how technological and vocational schools should educate their students who major in commercial subjects. First, a content analysis of 104 Job Banks was used to understand the requirements of employers in the commercial field. Second, depth interviews were conducted to know what kinds of job applicants were preferred by personnel managers from the food and beverage industry, international trade industry, financial industry, and wholesale and retail industry. It was found that the employers in commercial industries laid great stress on the following competencies: basic skills, skill in applying information, individual management skill, and capacity for teamwork. In addition, junior college graduates are now especially welcome in commercial industries. When hiring employees with higher degrees, employers mainly take the major field, certification, and experience into account.
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