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《Journal of University of Science and Technology Beijing(Social Sciences Edition)》 2007-03
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Enhance Talent Allocation Mechanism,Nine Measures to be Implemented

LIU Xiao-ming1 LIU Yun-qing2 ZHAO Bing-qin1(1.School of Humanities and Social Science,Beijing University of Technology, Beijing 100022,China)  
Based on the reality of low employment rate of university graduates,the present employment situation and environment are andlyzed,which include: 1.the Chinese society does not reach the saturated degree for talent,2.China's total amount for talent education is not exceeding the demand;3.the key problem is the unbalanced structure of demand-supply.For the purpose of matching demand to supply in talent,the most important measure is to build a good social environment,to complete the mechanism and institutions for talent allocation.Included are 9 measures such as: reconstruct the higher education target,establish a right combination of the scholarly type and a scholarly-skill(double-talent) type in education,cooperate educational projects for talent between the east region and the west region,and speed up the process of training "double-skill" teachers.
【Fund】: 北京市教委科技发展和人文社科计划项目(项目编号102KB00401)
【CateGory Index】: G647.38
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