The report shows that more than 46% of college graduates are still adhering to
after 3 years of entrepreneurship. Now it is the graduation season, and entrepreneurship has become the life choice of more and more college students. Recently, the 2017 employment report of Chinese college students released by the Mycos Institute in conjunction with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences showed that the proportion of Chinese college graduates starting their own businesses has increased for five consecutive years. The proportion of college students starting a business upon graduation has increased from 1 in 2011. 6% to 3% in 2017
the report also shows that 46 of the 2013 undergraduate graduates started their own businesses half a year after graduation. 2% of people continue to start their own businesses after 3 years; Among the 2013 vocational college graduates who started their own businesses half a year after graduation, 46. 8% of people continue to start their own businesses after three years. This means that more than half of the pressure experiment entrepreneurs widely used in foundry, metallurgy, mining and other pellets quit entrepreneurship within three years. The risk of entrepreneurship failure is not allowed. Non professionals should not easily operate and debug the equipment once the machine produces abnormal conditions. However, this does not affect more and more college students to join the tide of entrepreneurship. Half a year after graduation, there were 2. 3% of people start their own businesses, and 5% after 3 years. 9% started their own businesses
"entrepreneurial ability is the key to restricting college students' entrepreneurship." On June 30, Chu Zhaohui, a researcher of the Chinese Academy of Educational Sciences, pointed out pointedly that compared with the 22% - 23% entrepreneurship ratio of American college graduates, the entrepreneurship ratio of college students in China is still low. This is because many college students' abilities are "destroyed by education". They have been brushing questions since their teens in order to pass exams with standardized answers, and they have no independent ambition. Now many colleges and universities have set up entrepreneurship training courses, but they do not teach students to have a "sense of mission". In his view, those who can really start a business are those who return to their own nature. Everyone's nature is to create what they want to create. Through the return of nature, we can constantly control, mobilize resources and plan our life, so as to finally realize the entrepreneurial dream
to realize the entrepreneurial dream, we must first be based on reality. Zhuzhuohong, director of the national civil servant psychology and behavior research center of the Institute of psychology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, said that college students' entrepreneurial failures are often due to the selection of off instrument and equipment range. First of all, we should protect the instrument and equipment from reducing its reliability or causing damage in the testing process; The second is to meet the decline in measurement error from reality. Before starting a business, you should have an in-depth understanding of social change and national policies, and know what your advantages are, "who can you serve, what your resources are, and how your professional skills are"
"don't put too much emphasis on the success rate of entrepreneurship." Shijinghuan, Dean of the school of education of Tsinghua University, gives an example of how to choose a special testing machine for shipyard. One of his master's students has always been very keen on doing public welfare. After graduation, he set up an education company and got angel investment, but he didn't do it anymore. Now he joined a large enterprise. Shi Jinghuan doesn't think this is an example of entrepreneurial failure. "He tried unsuccessfully, and then changed his career development path. I believe he will choose entrepreneurship again in a few years, because his belief is there." society should tolerate failure and support college students to make diversified choices
"entrepreneurship education should not be measured by the success rate of entrepreneurship." Han min, deputy director of the education development research center of the Ministry of education, said that it is most important for colleges and universities to equip students with entrepreneurial spirit, entrepreneurial knowledge and corresponding skills through entrepreneurship education. Even if college students fail in entrepreneurship, they can learn a lot from failure
he suggested that different universities can have their own different entrepreneurial education models according to the discipline characteristics and local social background. For example, research universities focus on technological innovation, and junior colleges focus on business model innovation, so as to achieve more diversification of education and meet the diverse needs of the market and students