Analysis of College Curriculum Construction and Student Employment Based on Non-Smooth Association Rules
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With the continuous expansion of the scale of the students in the job market, their behaviors are becoming increasingly complex. The behavior of some students will have a great influence on the job market. If this kind of unexpected job market status change cannot be treated in a timely manner, it will cause more serious consequences to the job market, such as the job market node abnormalities, or even the job market paralysis and so on. Therefore, in order to maintain the smooth operation of the job market, it is necessary to analyze and quantify the influence of the employment behavior of the students on the change of the job market in a timely manner after the unintended fluctuations in the job market occur, so as to help identify the students who cause the changes in the job market, control the situation, investigate and hold them responsible for their behaviors, so as to avoid the occurrence of more serious consequences, and achieve effective management on the employment behavior of the students and the refined management on the job market.
College student employment behavior evaluation; Job market status; Influence; Non-smooth association rules