Pros and Cons of Chinese Public Servant Career Temptation -- Consideration on the Hot Phenomenon of Civil Service Examinations

Tao MA

Abstract


In essence, modern public servant system is different from the bureaucracy in the past. As a career, public servant does is the same as other social careers and professions. However, the hot phenomenon of Chinese civil service examinations reflects in some degree the great temptation of this career on the public which is inconsistent with the development of citizen society in China. This temptation on one hand may be convenient for the government to enroll talents and help enhance development of civil servant team; on the other hand, it can also cause unhealthy views on careers, inappropriate talents allocation mechanism, waste of talent resources, and therefore influences the benign development of society.

Key words: Public servant; Career; Hot phenomenon of Civil Service Examinations


Keywords


Public servant; Career; Hot phenomenon of Civil Service Examinations

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720120805.1377

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