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Studies on Employment of the Chinese College Students Majoring in Mathematics

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Zezhong Yang, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Shandong Normal University, Jinan, China.
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Chunge Shi, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Shandong Normal University, Jinan, China.

With the expansion of college enrollment, the number of college graduates is increasing year by year, and the employment of graduates has been widely concerned by all walks of life. This paper reviews and combs the research on the employment situation of the students majoring in mathematics, and draws the following conclusions: (1) The previous research mainly focuses on three aspects: the current situation of the employment of the college students majoring in mathematics, the analysis of the reasons of employment difficulty for the college students majoring in mathematics, and the suggestions and countermeasures for the employment of the college students majoring in mathematics. (2) The previous research comprehensively analyzes the influencing factors of the employment problem of mathematics major college students and puts forward suggestions and countermeasures from the three levels of colleges, graduates themselves, and society. However, previous research also has the disadvantage of being relatively subjective. (3) At present, the research on the employment of college students in mathematics majors has not yet covered aspects such as teaching evaluation and internship management and supervision systems. Therefore, in the future, it is necessary to improve the research methods and conduct research from a broader perspective to find out more reasonable suggestions and countermeasures.

Mathematics, College Students, Employment, Graduates

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