The Analysis and Possible Solutions on the Problem of Female Undergraduate Students’ Employment Difficulties

Lei JIANG, Jiahui WANG

Abstract


The global financial crisis, which burst out in 2009, had caused great decline on global economy. The employment problems in every country are extreme severe. Chinese economy has grew in a relatively lower speed in recent years and the amount of undergraduates has been increasing all along. The employment issue for undergraduates in our country has been into a dilemma. Under such circumstance, the problem of female college students employment has been much more serious. This article will fully illustrate the status quo of the difficulties in employment for female college students and analyze on the causes and reasons of the employment difficulties for female college students as well as further come up with some possible solutions to release the situation of employment difficulties.


Keywords


Female college students; Employment; Causes and reasons; Solutions

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5547

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