University’s Cultivation Model Transformation Under Labor Market New Trends In Digital Economy


This article first introduces the changes and trends of labour market in digital economy, such as preference to highly and multi-skilled employees, looser organizational form and the realization of separate space in work, etc. Some occupations are facing the danger of elimination while some new jobs and working patterns appear due to the development of digital technololgy. As the important insitutions who supply human resources into the labor market, university is also facing challenges to cuiltivate adequate graduates to adjust to the new trends in labor market. A summary of current situation of digitalization in universities and expected competency of future graduates are given. It also mentions that talent training, labor market and economy should be seen as a dynamic cycle. In the end, the article also come up with a adjustable cultivation platform which based on mass data for higher education to fill the gap between the requirement of digitalized labour market and university graduates training.

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