Recent College Graduate Village Official Career Migration Issues Research

Hongwei YUAN

Abstract


Migration is the cognitive characteristic of individual situations with support and interaction between contexts to produce results. In changing roles from college students to village officials, for students in the new rural construction position, the replacement of the position will be a direct occupation of the migration in the process of the college students’ career transfer. This includes the pressure of public opinion, college students’ awareness of the village officials, and the importance of attention, which affects the smooth progress of the occupation. Whether college students’ careers change smoothly or not is directly related to the implementation of the policy of Chinese college students village officials. From the perspective of professional migration analysis of the problems existing in college student village official in new rural construction, this article attempts to review the feasibility of the scheme with the hopes of playing a role in the cause of the college students village officials in China. The data for this paper comes from Key Projects of Philosophy and Social Science Research, Ministry of Education, the University Student Village Official Growth Statistical Data Talent Mechanism, using a random sampling method of the whole of China City. 4,528 questionnaires were recovered, minus the invalid questionnaires of 276, so the effective questionnaires rate was 93.9%.


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College-student; Village-officials; Professional migration issues

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7704

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