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More and more universities/colleges have encouraged their undergraduate students to take a variety of occupational certificates for benefiting their employment, but there is an increasing number of people wondering whether those certificates substantially benefit employment or not. Through a literature review, the trend and the issue were discussed first. Then, the field of business-related programs, which has a great deal of undergraduate students, was selected as an example to adopt its graduates’ follow-up survey results in a reliable database supported by the Ministry of Education of Taiwan to conduct a logistic regression analysis. Consequently, it is founded: (1) A variety of occupational certificates slightly benefit all graduates’ immediate full-time employment; (2) Graduates from private universities/colleges are the distinctive beneficiaries of certificate; (3) Among all sorts of certificates, only higher ranking and professional-driven ones as well as TOEIC are highly valued by employers.
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