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The Effect of Non-regular and Female Employment Rate on Total Fertility Rate(TFR) in OECD Countries (비정규직 고용률과 여성 고용률이 출산율에 미치는 효과: OECD 국가를 중심으로)

  • Lee, Jaehee;Park, Jinbaek
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.6 no.2
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    • pp.15-23
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    • 2020
  • This study aimed to analyze effects of non-regular employment rate and female employment rate on fertility rate in OECD county. We adopted dynamic panel model after classifying OECD county to high and low fertility rate. The results of analysis showed that the higher non regular employment rate, the lower female employment rate, and the lower economy growth rate decrease fertility rate especially in low fertility rate country. While, only the higher house rental decrease in high fertility country. This results indicate that low fertility country including Korea should improve a labor policy such as strengthening employment security and encouraging female employment to increase fertility rate.

Low Fertility Rate and Women's Employment in Korea (현대 한국사회의 출산율저하와 여성사회참여)

  • Han, You-Me;Kwak, Hae-Kyung
    • Korean Journal of Human Ecology
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.29-40
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    • 2004
  • The fertility rate of Korea has rapidly decreased to the lowest in the World. The fertility rate below replacement fertility level might result in many social problems. First, this study investigated the cause of low fertility rate. Second, the theories of the relationship between fertility rate and women's employment were reviewed. The previous studies suggested that the fertility rate was not always related to women's employment negatively and there was mediating factors between them. Third, the various factors that mediated the negative relationship between fertility rate and women's employment were described in personal, family and social levels. Finally, this study suggested the policies and strategies to solve the low fertility rate problem in Korea.

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Survival Analysis on Employment Rate and Employment Retention Rate of Unemployed Vocational Trainees (실업자 직업훈련생의 취업률과 고용유지율에 관한 생존분석)

  • Jeong, Sun Jeong
    • Journal of vocational education research
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    • v.35 no.6
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    • pp.39-63
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study was to identify the factors affecting the actual employment rate and job retention rate after completion of the training program the unemployed. Survival analysis was conducted by utilizing employment insurance status and subscription data over two years of 840 patients who finally completed a training course from 889 patients in response to survey about the training service quality in 2012. The finding of the study were as follows. First, the highest employment rate (36.8%) after the completion time was within three months, a period more than 50% of the trainees were employed within six months. While employment continued to occur even with the lapse of one year and two years after the completion point, the employment rate over time was found to decrease gradually. Second, the factors affecting employment rate after completing training, appeared teaching competency(-) among training service quality and potential employability(+), which low awareness of teaching capacity and high awareness potential employability increased the possibility of their employment. Third, the highest periods (each 22.0%, 22.3%) of employment loss rate were within three months and within three to six months, and more than 50% of the trainees have lost their unemployment insurance were less than 8.8 months. Fourth, the factors affecting job retention rates after employment, appeared relationship between teachers and students(+), a fellow student relationships(+) among training service quality and training satisfaction(+), which high awareness of teacher-student relationships, fellow student relationships and training satisfaction increased the possibility of their maintaining employment.

A Study on Employment Strategy Based on Employment Information Filtering (취업정보 필터링 기반 취업전략에 관한 연구)

  • Yoon, Sunhee
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.5 no.4
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    • pp.251-258
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    • 2019
  • This study proposed a system that can improve the employment rate and maintenance employment rate by filtering information related to employment in analyzing big data for students who want to find employment. The subject was a two-year female university, the existing employment strategy participated in the job search with simple information such as school grades and personality. As a result, the maintenance employment rate was relatively low due to the decrease in the satisfaction of students seeking employment and the incompatibility with the post-employment aptitude. In order to solve these problems, we propose a system that determines and filters whether the input data in the process of analyzing big data such as employment-related information to improve employment and maintenance employment rates.

A Regional Comparison Study for the Variability of Employment Statistics in Korean Young Man: Focus on Economically Active Population Rate, Employment Population Rate, Unemployment Rate (청년층 고용통계의 변동성에 대한 지역별 비교분석: 경제활동참가율, 고용률, 실업률을 중심으로)

  • Park, Jong T.;Jang, Hee S.
    • Journal of Service Research and Studies
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    • v.5 no.1
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    • pp.35-43
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    • 2015
  • Regional comparative analysis for the variability of young man's employment indexes is important to unemployment or employment policy data of central and local government. Through the result of comparative analysis, central and local government can use differentiated policies for the regions and keep the efficiency for the application of detailed policy. In this study, based on economically active population survey data which consider economically active population rate, employment population rate and unemployment rate as typical employment indexes of young man, we analyzed the variability of these indexes by metropolitan cities and province regions using coefficient of variation. Also we proposed the largest index in variability of three employment indexes, and proposed the city and province region with the largest variability for each employment index.

A Study of Operating the Engineering Accreditation System to Contribute to Improving Rate of Employment (취업률 향상에 기여하는 공학인증 시스템 운영에 관한 연구)

  • Son, Ho-Jae
    • Journal of Engineering Education Research
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.45-52
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    • 2016
  • The employment rate of a college has long been one of the most important elements in college survival strategies. Employment rates may not be key to colleges' survival in other countries, but they are fundamental to colleges in Korea as seen in the Korean government-led National Competency Standard (NCS), which has been underway since its introduction to colleges in Korea. Against this backdrop, if the engineering accreditation system can contribute to improving employment rate in this context, it can take root more quickly. The process conducive to improving employment rates can be classified as both direct and indirect methods. With dwindling school-age population having impacts on colleges and universities, the environment and the education directions of colleges have rapidly been shifting since the introduction of the NCS. Therefore, various survival strategies for colleges need to be developed. An indicator of employment rate of college graduates is among the most important things during this transition process. The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Koje College has consistently shown good records during the past 5 years by matching the accreditation schemes and employment strategies. The department will help put in place the engineering technology education accreditation system at the college through its various innovative and effective programs. To formulate a better employment strategy, it is needed to reflect and consolidate the engineering accreditation scheme into the existing employment policy of college. In short, this paper examines both the engineering accreditation scheme and the employment policy in ways that helps produce a coupling matrix structure. This study looks into the measures for improving employment rates by better adjusting the engineering education methods under the accreditation scheme.

An Comparative Study on the Foreign Worker's Employment System of Fishing Vessels in Korea and Japan (한·일 외국인선원 고용제도 비교 연구)

  • Kim, Young-Un
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.24 no.4
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    • pp.559-573
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    • 2012
  • The aim of this study is to reduce the foreign fishermen's rate of deserting from coastal and offshore fishing vessel in Korea and to suggest the future direction of foreign fishermen's employment policy. There are several employment systems for foreign fishermen who work on a coastal and offshore fishing vessels in Korea and Japan. Foreign fishermen's employment systems can be divided by the following forms : 1) Employment permit system for foreigners in Korea 2) Foreign seamen system in Korea 3) Skill training system for foreigners in Japan Foreign fishermen's rate of deserting from Korean fishing vessel is very high compared to that of Japan. The recent rate is 29.6% in employment permit system, and 21.5% in foreign seamen system in Korea. However, 2.2% in skill training system for foreigners in Japan. In this paper, the author investigated and compared the employment status of foreign seamen's in 2 country's fishing vessels and suggest to reduce the rate of deserting from workplace in Korean fishing vessels.

The Effects of Institutions on the Labour Market Outcomes: Cross-country Analysis

  • KIM, YONG-SEONG;KIM, TAE BONG
    • KDI Journal of Economic Policy
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    • v.39 no.4
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    • pp.69-94
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    • 2017
  • This paper re-examines the impacts an institutional arrangement may have on labour market outcomes such as the employment and unemployment rates. Based on the results from a generalized econometric model, the generosity of unemployment insurance benefits, organized labour and active labour market policy have effects on a labour market in line with previous findings. However, taxes on labour and the degree of employment protection are found to affect neither the employment rate nor the unemployment rate. Thus, some findings in this paper validate earlier findings, whereas others do not.

A Analytical Study on the Change of Regional Employment Rate in the Service Industry (서비스산업에서의 지역별 고용률의 변화에 대한 분석 연구)

  • Park, Jong T.;Kim, Dong C.
    • Journal of Service Research and Studies
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    • v.2 no.2
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    • pp.23-33
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    • 2012
  • For recent years, there have been considerable changes in the employment rate of the service industry and its relative ratio. These changes vary depending on the region whether it is Seoul metropolitan region or not. According to main results of this article, the average of employment rate in the service industry has been highest in the Seoul metropolitan region. And the changes by period of the employment-rate in the service industry have increased continuously for all the time in the Seoul metropolitan region whereas they have varied in other regions. Also the relative ratio of employment rate in the service industry to total employment rate has been more higher in Seoul metropolitan region and Gangwon region than other regions, and also the changes by period of the relative ratio have more increased in these two regions than other regions. Finally, comparing metropolitan city regions with do regions for the average of employment rate in the service industry or the relative ratio of it, they have more higher in metropolitan city regions than do regions, whereas the changes by period of them have varied with each other regions.

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An improvement for the employment rate of the S/W and H/W majors (소프트웨어와 하드웨어 전공자들의 취업률 제고 방안)

  • Lee, Seung-Woo
    • Journal of the Korean Data and Information Science Society
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    • v.23 no.3
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    • pp.525-534
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this study is to increase the employment rate of graduates in the fields of the S/W and H/W. In order to seek employment in various major fields of the S/W and H/W, firstly, this paper proposes the educational case study that increases the concern about employment and develops learner's ability in the unfavorable major fields. Secondly, this paper presents the future driving improvement for the employment rate on the basis of the department's special characteristics and the actual circumstances in the fields of the S/W and H/W. This paper conducts the surveys of each 40 seniors majoring in S/W and H/W respectively in order to measure the understanding of probability/statistics which has been used as tools in the unfavorable major fields. With the purpose of increasement on the employment rate, the paper is designed to have 3 steps, that is, a preliminary questionnaire for employment preference, major courses connecting probability/statistics and a post-questionnaire for employment preference, which eventually investigates the changes of the perception on employment. This paper is verified by the multiple regression analysis to approve the effect on improving learner's academic achievement.