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Chinese Journal of Medical Education Research ; (12): 241-245, 2020.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-865752


Objective:To investigate the current status of the employment quality of public health graduates and feedback from employers.Method:s The questionnaires covering employing fields, coherence between major and employment, ways to find job and feedback from employers were used. A total of 309 bachelor graduates majoring in public health from Grade 2011 to Grade 2016 were selected as study objects via random cluster sampling method. In addition, online and offline synchronization survey were adopted to collect employment data; SPSS 22.0 was used for analyzing the data. Employment quality of graduates from different specialties as well as feedback of employers were compared.Result:s Bachelor graduates in public health had an employment rate of 100%; 19.75% (61/309) graduates in public health changed work place, while the most had a stable job; 50.10% (155/309) graduates had work relatively or fully related to their specialties. Bachelor graduates in public affairs management had a relatively high level of satisfaction in salary, welfare insurance and others (χ 2=18.805, P=0.043). Employers were satisfied with the bachelor graduates generally, but also believed that their professional knowledge and innovation ability should be improved. Conclusion:The overall employment quality of bachelor graduates in public health is good, but there is still room to improve the quality. The overall evaluation for graduates is high, and few organizations consider bachelor graduates of poor quality. In summary, schools should optimize course setting, cultivate comprehensive quality, and strengthen students' humanistic education.