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|Other Titles:||Job Satisfaction of the Chinese Students Returned from Abroad and Its Revelations to this Country's Educational Policies of Studying Abroad|
Department od Education, NTNU
The implementation of this country's education of studying abroad began since more than one hundred years ago. And in fact, it contributed significantly to this country's past political, economic and social development. But its short-comings still exist. Especially for the nearest several years, the brain-drain problem in this country has resulted in a fact that her educational investment has become in vain. Therefore, it is in need of exploration that how to heighten these returnees’ commitment to this country and guide them to get higher job satisfaction. In view of the above considerations, this thesis focuses on the following purposes: 1. To analyze the brain-drain problem in this country and examine the defects of the educational policies of studying abroad. 2. To investigate the job satisfaction of the returnees, and the states of their returning to serve this country. 3. To make reference to relevant literature and examine the results of investigation so as to explore the revelations of the returnees' job satisfaction to this country's educational policies of studying abroad. 4. To summarize the research findings for the purpose of providing concrete suggestions to revise this country's educational policies of studying abroad. To meet these purposes, investigative approach was undertaken, and 500 returnees were under investigation. The main research findings are as follows: 1. Generally, the returnees are satisfied with their job which they undertake presently. 2. The returnees who return to their original position after the completion of their in-service study abroad are more satisfied with every ways of their jobs of all. 3. The returnees who serve in the universities and colleges are more satisfied with their jobs than others. 4. The more close the fields which the returnees studied relate to their jobs, the more job satisfaction they get. 5. The better the returnees adapt to the living way in this country, the more they get job satisfaction.6. The stronge
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