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||Human Resource Management|
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||Correlation Between Learning motivations, Development of Career and Salary growth in Continuing education|
|Date of Defense
||Development of Career
||The study is to understand the correlation between learning motivations, development of career and salary growth in continuing education. Continuing education is popular in these years. These students requires a considerable economic base as a backup. If the learning motivations affect the salary that will be better able to encourage more people to have some learning acticies, to improve theircareer skills, so that learning may be more closely to real life.|
In this study, we collected data from different industriesand received 82 valid samples.The statistical methods of confirmatory factor analysis, description statistics,Pearson correlation, multiple regression analysis were used in the study. The resultsof the study are as follows:
(1) Learning motivations has no effects on Salary growth.
(2) Development of Career has no the partial mediating effect between Learning motivations andSalary growth.
(3) The change job times has positive effects on changing job position in continuing educationer.
(4) The change job times has positive effects on Salary growthin continuing educationer.
||Liang-Chih Huang - chair|
Shyh-jer Chen - co-chair
Jin-Feng Uen - advisor
Indicate in-campus at 5 year and off-campus access at 5 year.|
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