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Over-education Of Higher Education To Explore

Posted on:2010-11-07Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:J BaiFull Text:PDF
GTID:2207360272494148Subject:Marxist theory and ideological and political education
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As human society are transforming from an industrial society into a knowledge-based society, the important effect of education on economic growth draws more attention. The successful economy follow-up mode in Japan, Korea and other countries endeavoring to develop education are being emulated by many countries. With the leap-forward development of higher education in China, over-educational situations, such as educated unemployment and higher education with lower employment, are becoming increasingly prominent in recent years. The comparisons of national economic growth among different levels of development indicate that: the relationship between educational development and economic growth is insufficient but necessary, rather than one-to-one corresponding. The emergence of over-education not only wastes finitely educational resources, but also brings negative impacts on sustained, rapid economic growth. Therefore, China must endeavor to develop education, and promote reconstruction of economy and transformation of economic growth pattern as well, which will expand job market for the high-level labor forces, and create conditions for exploiting the value of human resources.
Keywords/Search Tags:Over-education, Economic Growth, Labor Market
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