Research on Key Influencing Factors and Willingness of “Slow Employment” of College Students

Zhou Jun, Zhong Ming-Rong


After years of expanding the enrollment of college students in China, a large number of college students graduate every year. Starting from 2022, the number of college graduates will exceed 10 million, and both the society and universities are faced with the problem of how to arrange the employment of college graduates. The phenomenon of delayed employment of college graduates has gradually become a “slow employment” problem studied by scholars. Through the investigation of internal and external influencing factors such as society, school, family and individual, this paper finds that the external factors of family and internal factors of income expectation are the key factors leading to the “slow employment” intention of undergraduate college graduates. The corresponding discussion and suggestions are given.

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