An Analysis on Employee Competency, Salary, and Job Satisfaction of Master’s Graduates
Nearly one of third people with master degree are in-service status, but there is not in-deep study about this topic in this academic field nowadays. This study focuses on the masters divided into general and in-service status to explore the differences of their employee competency, salary, and job satisfaction after entering the labor market, and to seek for the reasonable explanation for the factors causing the differences. The study adopts “Taiwan Integrated Postsecondary Education Database: One year after master graduates” with quantitative analysis. There are three main findings: First, these within-service masters own higher innovation and professional knowledge; whereas, the general masters have better capacities for teamwork and high pressure resistance. Second, in-service masters can earn the highest salaries; further, their university and academic domains will influence more beneficial. Third, in spite of in-service or general masters, the employee competency has strong influence on the job satisfaction, but it has no effect on their salary. By comparison with previous studies, this study has more in-depth analysis on the in-service program in Taiwan.
|關鍵詞||工作滿意度、在職專班、就業職能、薪資所得、job satisfaction、in-service program、employee competency、salary|