Analysis Base pay Most of the students would like to have their base pay more than 2500 yuan.
Analysis Incentives: 93.94% of the respondents think that incentives will influence their choices of job hunting. The top three incentives are bonus, merit pay, gain/profit sharing plan.
Analysis Fringe benefits 96.97% of the respondents think that fringe benefits will influence their choices of job hunting. The top three fringe benefits are paid vacation, insurance and transportation and housing subsidy.
Analysis Promotion 90.91% of the respondents think that promotion will influence their choices of job hunting % prefer open promotion system while 16.67% prefer closed promotion system.
Analysis Performance appraisal 71.21% of the respondents prefer the companies that adopt behavior-based appraisal rather than results-based appraisal.
Analysis 40.91% of the respondents think that it’s important that their major is related to their future job. The rest don’t think it important.
Analysis When conflicts of interest and pay appear, 56.06% will put interest in the first place while the rest will put pay in the first place.
Summary Gender, regional, or seniority difference Gender From the data we have collected, we make a conclusion that in nowadays, the pursuits for the base pay, incentives, fringe benefits and the promotion system of male and female are really different. For female members, they would be most likely to have a stable base pay but not a high one as the male members; and the female members prefer the fringe benefits that will provide long term benefit.
Summary Seniority The junior and the senior will have a long term plan for their job while the freshman and the sophomore just care their contemporary situations. Because having more opportunities working outside the campus, the junior and the senior will know more about the market than the younger students. Thus, while choosing their job, the junior and the senior will know more about the base pay, incentives, fringe benefits and promotion system.
Summary Region In the urban areas, the students have higher expectation for their everything that is related to their jobs. However, because the development in the rural areas cannot keep up with the average levels of the society, so the students in rural areas expect less from their jobs, no matter what seniority they are in.