フランスにおける高学歴者としてのエンジニアの就業構造と規範:日本の構造との比較から Employment Structure and Norms of Engineers as Highly Educated in France:Comparison with Japanese Structure

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<p>This report analyzes about the graduates of the French high-level engineering schools who were given the "engineer" qualification (the advanced profession or people who go on senior management career). We surveyed about the industrial field where they work, the industrial field with high income, the tendency of the overtime hours, work satisfaction and norms. They were employed not only in fields where high incomes were obtained, but also in public institutions, government agencies, and international organizations, with less incomes. It was seen that the height of the social position of the organization was given priority over economic rewards. They were not only preferential in status and income, but also worked very long hours. However, young people tend to join in high-income fields such as the financial insurance business. They are in a harsh working situation, except that they can control the work time themselves, and their spirits are not altruistic, they work selfish, and the oblige seems to collapse. It is necessary to reconsider their way of working which is exhausted. In France, there is an educational inflation in the humanities, but educational investment is not rewarded by the way of working like a science profession in Japanese manufacturing industry.</p>

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  • Transactions of the Academic Association for Organizational Science

    Transactions of the Academic Association for Organizational Science 7(1), 7-12, 2018

    The Academic Association for Organizational Science

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