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The Differences of Job-seeking Efficacy and Big 5 Personality Factors between University Job Support Program Participants and Non-Participants: Focused on D University in Kyungbuk Region (대학의 취업지원 프로그램 참여자와 비참여자간 구직효능감과 성격 5요인의 차이: 경북지역 D대학을 중심으로)

  • Seo, Young-kyun;Kang, Hye-Young
    • Journal of Practical Engineering Education
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.231-237
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    • 2019
  • The purpose of this study is to identify differences in job-seeking efficacy and personality five factors between participants in the college's job support program and non-participants. The survey was conducted on 382 undergraduate students from D University in North Gyeongsang Province. Also, the difference between participants and non-participants in the job support program was verified. The principal results were as follows. First, the results showed that job-seeking efficacy of participants in job support programs was higher than that of non-participants. Second, difference between participants and non-participants in the job support program. In other words, extroversion, agreeableness, and conscientiousness among the five personality traits showed that participants in the job support program were higher than non-participants, while neurology and openness were not significant. The findings of this study indicated that personality traits may affect that participants can influence whether or not they participate in job support programs, indicating the need to come up with measures to encourage non-participating groups in the job support program to participate.

Study of the effect of career preparation and career maturity on employment among Specialized high school graduates (특성화고 고졸청년층의 진로준비 및 진로성숙이 취업에 미치는 영향 연구)

  • Lee, Man Ki
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.15 no.8
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    • pp.4961-4971
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    • 2014
  • With regard to gaining employment for specialized high school graduates, what are the significant factors? Along with specialized high school's employment support, facility and subject support, vocational ability support, career guidance, and employment support are implemented at school. At the same time, individuals are learning career preparation behavior and job search behavior. Those factors influence the career maturity. Therefore, a question is, "Do they finally affect employment?" The independent variables were composed of satisfaction on school support, such as facility and subject support, career preparation behavior at home, pre-job search behavior, and career maturity. A structural equation was created and an analysis was conducted. As a result of the analysis, the satisfaction on school support has significant impacts on career maturity and career preparation behavior at home and influences on employment directly or indirectly. The career preparation behavior at home not only has a direct impact on employment, but also increases the pre- job search behavior and career maturity. In particular, it was confirmed that the career preparation behavior at home is the main factor to increase employment via the pre-job search behavior. Considering the effects among the factors in gender, the satisfaction on school support directly increases employment, particularly for women. Therefore, high-quality school support programs should be enhanced, focusing on employment support programs for women. In addition, as satisfaction on school support increases, women are more likely to undergo career preparation behavior at home. This suggests that the career preparation behavior for females, such as conversation about career, is a critical factor to increasing employment unlike males. Therefore, support programs for women that is aimed at parents should be developed.

Surveying and Analysing the Importance of Employment Supporting Activities of University (대학의 취업지원활동 조사 및 중요도 분석)

  • Kim, Sung-Kyu;yoon, Hee-Seong;Kim, Ye-Jin;Jeon, Jeong-Hwan
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.16 no.11
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    • pp.7335-7355
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    • 2015
  • The percentage of employment is getting important in the evaluation of university as the youth unemployment is increasing day by day and job shortage is followed. To improve the employment, several research from academy and various fields has been performed. However, systemic and long-term supports for improving the percentage of employment has been raised. Therefore, this study aims to survey the main activities for employment and analyse the importance of main activities. First, supporting activities for employment are surveyed about 19 universities. Second, the relative importance of supporting activities for employment are analysed to students and employment supporter by AHP. Third, portfolio analysis are conducted to analyse the difference of awareness on the employment supporting activities. This study is expected to strengthen the capability of university's employment and help to establish the policy for employment supporting activities.

An analysis of Structural Model for Graduates on the Influencing Factors of Job Suitability and Job Satisfaction (대졸자의 일자리적합과 직무만족 영향요인에 관한 구조모형분석)

  • Lee, Man-Ki
    • Management & Information Systems Review
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    • v.29 no.4
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    • pp.245-266
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    • 2010
  • So far the study on college graduates has been concentrated on employment and wages. But if college graduates get a job, this study want expanding to the study of the suitability of their level to the job or the job satisfaction. For this study, structural equation model was built up to verify the influencing factors on the job suitability and job satisfaction of college graduates by using data of '2007 Graduates Occupational Mobility Survey(GOMS)'. To put it concretely, job suitability and job satisfaction were analysed based on the leading factors such as vocational value of graduates and the participation of employment supporting program in university. Analyses showed that the vocational value has a positive influence on the job suitability and the job satisfaction as well as the participation of employment support program. And the participation of employment supporting program influenced positively on the job satisfaction and the job suitability while in work. Besides we found that the job suitability has a positive impact on the job satisfaction. These confirmed that the vocational value while in school is very important and plays an important role in the job suitability and the job satisfaction with their jobs while in work. Also those who have a higher vocational value take part in the various employment supporting programs and experience the job satisfaction and the job suitability while in work. Therefore we found that the various employment supporting programs play an important role for the graduates. Accordingly, the school authorities and job centers have to strengthen the value education for the enrolled student to plant a vocational value and improve and reinforce the employment supporting program in university.

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A Study on the Perception Level Differences Between Staffs and Students on University Employment Supporting Activities in Choong-buk Province, Korea (충북지역 대학의 취업지원 활동에 대한 대학 취업담당자와 대학생들 간의 인식의 차이)

  • Kim, Dong-Hwan;Oh, Sang-Young
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.12 no.8
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    • pp.3510-3516
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    • 2011
  • Due to the economic recession and corporation's growth without more jobs, college graduates unemployment issue has been emerged as a serious social problem. Since the employment rate of each college became an important factor of college evaluation by the government, each college is trying to increase the employment rate of students. Therefore universities are supporting student employment through various policies and programs. However there have been perception differences in intention of employment supporting activities, final results, preparedness, student satisfaction level and overall effectiveness level of program between students and university career center staff members. The perception differences may lead not only to the waste of budget but also ineffectiveness of various programs to promote student employment. Therefore this research proposed new revised efficient employment supporting programs of universities and desirable attitude of students to increase the effectiveness of student employment based on the analysis of perception level on the several issues such as degree of usefulness of program and satisfaction level of students.

Study of Improvement Plan for the Employment Support Program to Promote Self-Reliance of the Disadvantaged Youth: Compared to Canada Case (취약청소년 자립지원을 위한 취업지원 프로그램 개선방안 연구 : 캐나다와의 비교)

  • Lee, Song-Hee;Kim, Rin A
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.17 no.2
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    • pp.269-277
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    • 2017
  • The theses is an analytical comparison research between 'Skills Link' and 'Do Dream' : the former is an effective program to establish a variety of intervention strategies and the institutional foundation for employment support of disadvantaged youth, performed by ESDC in the level of the nation, and the latter is the program which is carried out by K-Dream Center of MGEF in South Korea. As for the research method, comparison and analysis have been fulfilled, focusing on the employment support program. The research includes program background, goal, participation subject, selection standard, program contents, support period, support cost, and program effect. It suggests that we should design the systematic program for the youth in the transition to independency and perform constant support. It is necessary to select beneficiary on the consideration of the characteristics and situation of the disadvantaged youth. In addition, it is required to secure consistency of the program and enlarge the support period. For the sake of successful performance of the independent living program, it is a necessity to motivate the youth and introduce the ways to encourage the business sector to take part in.

Analysis of Labor Market Activation Policy and Its Employment Outcomes: the Effects of Employment and Tailored Social Service Provision (한국의 노동시장 활성화 정책 특성과 취업 성과: 취업지원서비스와 맞춤형 사회서비스 중심 정책의 비교)

  • Ryu, Kirak
    • 한국사회정책
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    • v.19 no.3
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    • pp.149-183
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    • 2012
  • This article aims to analyze main features of activation policy and compare major programmes in terms of their impact on employment performances in Korea. Since the introduction of National Basic Living Security Act in 2000, a series of activation policies have been in place for social assistance recipients, low-income employees, and youth unemployed by means of providing tailored employment and social services via in-depth counselling and case management. These activation policies carry both enabling and demanding elements: requiring programme participation in exchange for public assistance benefit receipts on the one hand, and providing various social services to remove barriers to employment through case management on the other hand. Therefore, it merits attention to analyze how various features of activation programmes affect employment outcomes, the effectiveness of delivery system and policy instruments as well. In analyzing employment outcomes of activation policy of which main characteristics lie in provision of employment and social services, this article points out the features and policy instruments of the activation policy that contribute to labor market entry of public assistance recipients and low income employees. In addition, it also delineates the determinants of exit from benefit receipts. Results from statistical analysis show that activation policy with intense employment service helps both benefit recipients and low income employees enter into the labor market at a faster rate. However, tailored social service provision enables social assistance recipients to exit from benefit receipts. These results suggest theoretical and policy relevant implication in regards to redesigning the delivery mechanisms and service instruments of activation policy.