Discussion on the Methods and Experiences for Improving Employability of University Graduates in China

Nuan WEN


With the expansion of enrollment of universities, the number of graduates in China has grown year by year. The employment market has faced serious challenges as well. The key element in improving the employability of university graduates is to help them possess the employability and development capacity, meet the need of the rapidly development of the economic society and finally realize their personal career dream. On the basis of investigation and research and also combined with the actual situation of Changchun University of Science and Technology in enhancing employability of graduates, this article proposes some ideas and methods to improve employability of university graduates.

Key words: University graduates employment market; Employability; Career Guidance; Career Planning


University graduates employment market; Employability; Career Guidance; Career Planning

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020110704.331


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