Although there have been many studies on the youth’s School-to-work Transition, little research has how the youth take up their career job in the labor markets. Using the job history data during 7.3 years since college graduation, this study examines the difference in job take-up between college graduates by their majors. Settling in labor market process was observed based on (ⅰ) total year of work experience after university graduation, (ⅱ) time to job take-up, and job tenure, and (ⅲ) probability of obtaining Career job. ‘Career job’ is defined as ‘job that lasted for more than 3 years’, with the average job tenure being 3.8 years after graduation.
The result suggest that only 43.4% of the graduate students obtained Career job, that students with medical science and pharmacy, engineering, social science, which are closely related to the job world, had a higher probability in getting Career job than those with other majors. About 36% of people who changed jobs experienced a career change that is job mobility that accompanied both industrial and occupational moves at the same time. And the graduates from science and engineering field showed more change of jobs.
- 대학졸업생의 노동시장 안착과정과 전공별 차이(Choice of university major and long-term school-to-work transition)
- 김미란; 민주홍
대학졸업생의 노동시장 안착과정과 전공별 차이(Choice of university major and long-term school-to-work transition)
[서울] : 한국직업능력개발원
|Journal Title; Vol./Issue||직업능력개발연구:vol. 14(no. 1)|
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Social Development < Education
Social Development < Employment