Determination Index Studies on Employment Difficulties of College Students on Campus

Xin GUO, Nuan WEN


A scientific determination of the employment difficulty of college students on campus is essential for the college to grasp the best time to help the students, effectively distribute the educational resources, and thus fully promote the employment of the college graduates. Because of the lack of the unemployment facts, and the employment difficulties vary from student to student, it is suggested to combine the measures of experience inference and the dynamic appraisal to determine whether the college students on campus have the employment difficulties.

Key words: Employment difficulties; College students on campus; Determination


Employment difficulties; College students on campus; Determination

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