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ISSN : 2233-4165(Print)
ISSN : 2233-5382(Online)
Journal of Industrial Distribution & Business Vol.11 No.7 pp.19-28
DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.13106/jidb.2020.vol11.no7.19

A Study on the Influence of Personal Characteristics of Youth Employment on the Preparation for Turnover: Focused on the adjustment effect of experience in failing to get jobs

Jong-Jin KIM1, Kyung-Ho UM2
1 First Author: Ph.D. researcher, Manager of Social Economic UNHABITAT, Korea. Tel: +82-2-761-8001. Email: 2001j2k@hanmail.net.

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2 Corresponding Author Professor, Department of Social Welfare, Kaya University, Korea. Tel: +82-53-766-5345. Email: ukyungho@naver.com
June 15, 2020. June 30, 2020. July 05, 2020

Abstract

Purpose: In this study, we would like to confirm that the transfer of young workers may be a means of enhancing their internal satisfaction, not to get a better job, by setting work-related characteristics that are highly relevant to job-related factors. Research design, data, and methodology: In this study, preparation for turnover was set as dependent variables to identify factors related to the turnover of young people, and the type of business, employment type, debt status, job satisfaction, job difficulty compared to education level, job difficulty, job degree, job major agreement, debt status, and other demographic social characteristics were selected as independent variables. Results: The characteristics related to personal criteria in job-seeking process were significant in the form of business, employment type, job satisfaction, work difficulty compared to the level of education, work difficulty compared to the level of technology, job major matching, and debt status. Conclusions: This study confirmed that young people's turnover may not simply be a means to get a better job, but to increase satisfaction in the internal aspects of their jobs, and that for young people, a job is an important development process that represents their identity and needs to be approached from a life-cycle perspective.

JEL Classification Code : E21, J14, K32

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