Research on the Correlation between the Employment Orientation and the Family Economic Background of College Students-Based on the Investigation and Analysis of Xi’an Universities
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Taking 405 college students in Xi’an as the research object, this paper conducts a questionnaire survey on their employment value orientation and family economic background. From the overall perspective of the scale, there are significant differences in the occupational value of five groups of college students in seven dimensions: salary level, career prospects, work welfare, employment prospects, distance from home, regional economic development level and social experience. There is no significant difference in monthly salary, distance from home and regional development level between college students from poor families and those from general families, while there is significant difference among college students from middle-class families, relatively wealthy families and wealthy families. College students from relatively families pay more attention to monthly salary, distance from home and regional economic development level. On the contrary, college students from poor families have little expectation of the three. Of the seven factors, the top consideration for college students is salary and career prospects. The most important factors for poor families are salary level and career prospects, and the least important factors are distance from home, regional economic development level and social experience. College students from wealthy families pay most attention to work welfare and career prospects, and pay least attention to social experience and distance from home.
College Students; Employment Orientation; Family Economic Background