大学生の労働意識・労働組合認識の獲得過程と就職活動に与える影響 [in Japanese] Development of College Students' Perceptions of Work and Labor Unions, and the Impact of these perceptions upon their Job Search [in Japanese]
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This paper presents the results of a survey of 700 college juniors and seniors concerning their perceptions of work. Using descriptive statistics, the study attempts to provide insights into the ways in which college students acquire their knowledge regarding work and develop their perceptions of work and labor unions. This study discusses how these perceptions affect studentsʼ job searches and sheds light on their opinions of work and labor unions. Those students who grasp these issues rapidly seem to acquire job offers quickly. While a number of nationwide surveys have been conducted on college studentsʼ lifestyles and their efforts to ﬁnd jobs, studies on their perceptions and knowledge concerning work and labor unions are few. The ﬁndings of this study provide useful information about studentsʼ perceptions of the rights and responsibilities of workers at a time when awareness is growing of such knowledgeʼs importance for job-seeking students.
- 生涯学習とキャリアデザイン : 法政大学キャリアデザイン学会紀要 = Lifelong learning and career studies
生涯学習とキャリアデザイン : 法政大学キャリアデザイン学会紀要 = Lifelong learning and career studies 11(2), 75-88, 2014-02