A Study of the Relationship Between Schooling and Enterprises' Demands for Talents
DOI : 10.3844/jssp.2010.393.398
Journal of Social Sciences
Volume 6, 2010
Problem statement: In this study, job vacancies in accountancy were used as examples to explore the relationship between schooling and enterprises’ demands for talents. Data of job vacancies and demands in accountancy from 2005-2009 were obtained from the well-known 1111 Job Bank. Approach: The grey prediction of the grey theory was applied to predict possible number of job vacancies in accountancy and trend in 2010 and 2011. Results: According to the test results and predictions, the number of job vacancies in accountancy will increase stably in the coming two years. Conclusion: The advantage of this study provided a practical framework, the sources of accountants in enterprises are mainly students graduated from vocational schools and senior high schools. Usually, having studied in accounting related departments is not a requirement for the jobs.
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