Analysis of the relationship between elective courses’ selections and the consistency of home address and workplace with employment status of graduates majoring in mathematics in normal universities of China
Qi Han, Zezhong Yang
With the method of correlation analysis and survival analysis, the relationship between the elective courses’ selections and employment status, and the relationship between the consistency of home address and workplace and employment status of 126 students of a normal mathematics major in a normal university was studied. The results showed that on the basis of learning professional courses, the electives of educational theory and practice courses had little effect on the employment of students, and there was a significant correlation between the consistency of home address and workplace and employment. Therefore, in order to improve the employment rate, it is recommended that teachers should help students to get the employment information of their hometowns, and advise students to go to their hometowns for employment.