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A Study on the Determinants of Years in Service of Youth Employee
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  • Journal title : Industry Promotion Research
  • Volume 1, Issue 1,  2016, pp.27-33
  • Publisher : Industrial Promotion Institute
  • DOI : 10.21186/IPR.2016.1.1.027
 Title & Authors
A Study on the Determinants of Years in Service of Youth Employee
Park, Jin-Ah; Han, Jae-Ryong; Shin, Dong-Yeol;
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 Abstract
This study verified the determinants of years in service of youth employee by analyzing panal data. The study results showed that sex, age, education, marital status, full-time job, wage, employment stabilization, household earned income, benefit package, fairness of performance evaluation determined years in service of youth employee. Also, years in service was longer in male, higher age, married, lower household earned income, full-time job, age-limit system, possible to work continuously, corresponding to mager, higher wage, higher job satisfaction group. This study provided practical implication to prepare effective emplyment policy for maintaining long-term and stable youth employment by confirming the determinants of years in service of youth employee.
 Keywords
Service in year;Youth;Emplyee;Maintaine Employment;Employment Policy;
 Language
Korean
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