採用選考における文系大学生の知的能力へのニーズと評価 [in Japanese]
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This study aimed to investigate qualiﬁ-cations of liberal arts students required by recruitment staff. The relationship between qualiﬁcations and jobs, and the extent to which specialized knowledge and intellectual capacity are evaluated in recruitment, are focused in this study. The following has been revealed. 1) The need for specialized knowledge in recruitment is limited. It is commonly recognized that specialized knowledge is developed after entering the company. 2) Intellectual capacity which enables the acquisition of knowledge and skills is commonly required. But whether high level intellectual capacity is highly evaluated or not depends on jobs. In some jobs high level intellectual capacity is highly evaluated, in others human skills are rather evaluated. 3) Among qualifications required in recruitment, intellectual capacity is less brought to the surface. One reason is that human skills required for all are more commonly emphasized. Another reason is that demand for intellectual capacity does not need to be open. 4) Companies require intellectual capacity of students, but they do not care whether it is developed within the curriculum of universities or elsewhere. So, liberal arts student should be aware of the demand for intellectual capacity, and they have to develop it somewhere. The ability of universities to develop intellectual capacity of students should be paid more attention by students, universities themselves, and companies.
- 生涯学習とキャリアデザイン = 生涯学習とキャリアデザイン
生涯学習とキャリアデザイン = 生涯学習とキャリアデザイン (9), 3-21, 2012-02