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Analysis on the Undergraduate Fate of Archives Major and Its Countermeasures —— Taking Yancheng Teachers University as an Example

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DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2019.31016 | Downloads: 33 | Views: 2110


Xianjie Bian 1


1 Yancheng Teachers University, Yancheng 224007, Jiangsu, China

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Xianjie Bian


With the rapid development of society and economy and the continuous popularization of higher quality education, the employment pressure of University students has become more serious. Among them, the practical and theoretical strong undergraduate graduates of archival science majors face more intense employment competition. This article mainly starts from the general employment forms of undergraduate students majoring in archival science in the context of the general environment. Through the employment of undergraduate students majoring in archival science in 2009-2019 (including the suspension of archival majors in 2010, 2011 and 2014), Examination of the public rate, the professional ratio of archives directly engaged in work, and other aspects of statistical data analysis programs, to explore the employment prospects of archives graduates, and the main factors affecting the employment status of archives majors and propose corresponding countermeasures. Based on the analysis of the impact on the employment status of archives graduates, and combined with the data of the employment history of archives in Yancheng Teachers University, this paper puts forward suggestions to improve the quality of the undergraduate of archival science.


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Xianjie Bian, Analysis on the Undergraduate Fate of Archives Major and Its Countermeasures —— Taking Yancheng Teachers University as an Example. Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2019) 3: 105-116. DOI:


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