Is "high employment rate" a good major?
It is undeniable that one of the ultimate purposes of choosing a university major is to prepare for future employment.
However, when we use the employment rate as the reference for choosing majors, we can't judge only by the employment rate.
Graduates are different from those in the past planned economy period. They need to get employment registration certificate from employers. Now the statistical caliber of employment rate of university graduates is wide. Students should start their own businesses or whether the freelancers are in the future. As long as students leave the school, the school provides a future employment, and employment is a statistical basis.
With the employment situation becoming more and more serious, the number of people applying for graduate school is also increasing. Many universities include graduate applicants in their employment rate, which is often referred to as "hidden employment".
Therefore, the number of employment calculated by colleges and universities not only includes the number of graduates actually taking part in the work, but also includes the number of graduates taking part in the postgraduate entrance examination, studying abroad, starting their own businesses and flexible employment.
This employment rate does not represent the actual employment situation of graduates, and there is a certain gap with the actual positioning of the employment rate of various specialties.
In addition, candidates and parents should also pay attention to:
The high employment rate of a university does not mean the high employment rate of all majors; it does not mean that the employment rate of one major is higher than that of any other major. The high employment rate of a major does not mean the high employment quality of graduates.
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