It is very important to have young university graduates escape from the downgrade employment at the early stage of their career. This study analysized the size and escaping the downgrade employment of young university graduates by using the panel data of ‘Graduates Occupation Mobility Survey(GOMS).’
The rates of the downgrade employment were 24.7%, 22.8%, and 19.0% at the time, each respectively, 18 months, 30 months, and 42 months after their graduation. Various factors affected the escape from the downgrade employments : 1) socio-demographic factors, 2) educational experience factors before their graduation, 3) educational experience and vocational training factors after their graduation, 4) vocational experience factors. Among them vocational experience factors had the greatest effect on the escaping the downgrade employment. The factors affecting the escape were different from those affecting the downgrade employment, which were found in the previous studies.
- 대졸 청년층 하향취업자의 하향취업 상태 변화 요인(Status change in downgrade employment of young university graduates)
- 신선미; 민무숙
대졸 청년층 하향취업자의 하향취업 상태 변화 요인(Status change in downgrade employment of young university graduates)
|Journal Title; Vol./Issue||직업능력개발연구:vol. 13(no. 2)|
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Social Development < Employment|