Employment Strategies for Aviation Vocational College Graduates in the Face of a Major Epidemic

Wang-nan ZHANG, Jin-rui HE
2021 DEStech Transactions on Economics Business and Management  
Coronavirus epidemic has had a severe impact on the employment of graduates from aviation vocational colleges. In order to reduce economic losses, employment strategies were studied according to Keynesian employment theory and human capital theory. In his report to the 19th National Congress of the COMMUNIST Party of China (CPC), General Secretary Xi Jinping stated that employment is the biggest priority for people's livelihood. We should adhere to the strategy of giving top priority to
more » ... nt and the proactive employment policy to achieve higher quality and fuller employment. With major epidemic prevention and control effect on the impact of the civil aviation college graduates find jobs and as the research object, combined with China's civil aviation in recent years, talent market demand status and years of employment history data, according to the Keynesian theory of employment, analysis of the major epidemic prevention and control of aviation vocational college graduates employment impact, explore ways of improving the quality of employment and method, improve the major epidemic prevention and control events under the background of the vocational colleges employment guidance service system. Keynesian demand management and the idea of state intervention have long been a good solution to the problem of unemployment in the West [1, 2] . Starting from China's national conditions and combining with China's real employment problems [3] , the author learns the analysis method of Keynesianism on employment problems and extracts the employment theories and policies suitable for China's national conditions, so as to find out the ways and methods to alleviate China's employment problems [4] [5] [6] [7] . Based on the Employment theory and human capital theory of Keynesianism, this paper makes an in-depth analysis of relevant literature on college students'
doi:10.12783/dtem/eeim2020/35193 fatcat:obf5kqyoczhebmmbqpetjwufkq