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Title: 日本女子体育大学・短期大学の卒業生の進路調査 : 半世紀の傾向および今後の展望と対策
Other Titles: An investigation into the course of graduates of the Japan Women's College of Physical Education and Junior College : The half century trend and future vision
Authors: 影山, 陽子
硲, 美穂
松下, あゆみ
Kageyama, Yoko
Hazama, Miho
Matsushita, Ayumi
カゲヤマ, ヨウコ
ハザマ, ミホ
マツシタ, アユミ
Keywords: the course of 50 years of graduates
career education
career center
diversification of career formation patterns
long-term perspective
Issue Date: Mar-2016
Abstract: This paper provides a study of the course of 50 years of graduates of the Japan Women's College of Physical Education. We conclude four points from 46 years of data available from graduates of the class of 1970 through graduates of the class of 2015 : 1) The course of graduates of both the university (undergraduate education) and junior college largely depends on economic conditions in society ; 2) the employment rate for junior college graduates exceeded that of university undergraduates until the junior college was abolished ; 3) after the career center was established, the university graduates didn't experience any decline in securing employment even during the so-called employment ice age ; 4) until 1986, over half of graduates were employed as teachers in junior highs or high schools, but after that, the numbers declined, and after 1994, the most common place of employment was at corporations. The trends from here are a diversification of career formation patterns among university graduates. In response, we see a need for the career center to support career education that adopts a mid- to long-term perspective and does not stop when graduates have made their first choice of course upon graduation.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/724
ISSN: 02850095
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