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Student Number 88427032
Author Ming-Yan Ro(駱銘彥)
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Department Graduate Institute of Human Resource Management
Year 2000
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Exploring the Career Choice of Technical Professionals in Taiwan's High-Tech Firms
Date of Defense 2001-06-18
Page Count 61
Keyword
  • Career choice
  • organizational commitment
  • professional commitment
  • technical professional
  • Abstract Under the trend of constantly accumulating knowledge and innovative technology, high-tech industry has played an important role at Taiwan’s booming economy. However, firms in the high-tech industry still face a difficult problem of high level of turnover. Since high turnover may become an obstacle to company’s research and innovation, firms have to cope with this issue appropriately.
    The high turnover issue for technical professionals is not only related to their intention to leave the organization, but also related to their attitudes towards their present profession work. Thus, in order to explore technical professionals’ career more thoroughly, this study suggested that we should consider employees’ attitudes toward their present organization and present occupation at the same time.
    This study collected data from 129 technical professionals from two participating semiconductor companies which are leading firms in the industry. The results indicated that the career choice of these technical professionals appeared as two distinct types: one is low intention to leave organization and low intention to leave present profession, and the other is high intention to leave organization and high intention to leave present profession. The results also indicated that the combination of two variables, organizational commitment and professional commitment, seems to be a good predictor of the high-tech professionals’ career choices.
    Table of Content 目錄
    第一章 緒論1
    第一節 研究動機 1
    第二節 研究目的3
    第二章 文獻探討4
    第一節 科技專業人員的生涯轉變4
    第二節 組織承諾7
    第三節 專業承諾9
    第五節 承諾對科技專業人員生涯選擇之影響11
    第三章 研究設計與方法17
    第一節 研究架構17
    第二節 研究變數之操作性定義與問卷設計17
    第三節 樣本來源24
    第四節 研究方法28
    第四章 研究結果31
    第一節 科技專業人員生涯選擇之現況分析31
    第二節 科技專業人員之生涯選擇之迴歸分析34
    第五章 結論與建議49
    第一節 研究發現與結論49
    第二節 研究限制51
    第三節 研究建議52
    第六章 參考文獻54
    附錄59
    表次
    表2-2-1 組織承諾的相關定義8
    表2-3-1 專業承諾之定義10
    表2-5-1 離職傾向之定義12
    表3-2-1 承諾狀態類型19
    表3-2-2 生涯選擇類型21
    表3-2-3 個人變數之衡量方式21
    表3-2-4 變數之描述統計分析23
    表3-3-1 公司比例之統計24
    表3-3-2 性別比例之統計25
    表3-3-3 年齡比例之統計25
    表3-3-4 學歷比例之統計26
    表3-3-5 總年資比例之統計26
    表3-3-6 公司年資比例之統計27
    表3-3-7 升遷次數比例之統計27
    表3-3-8 更換工作次數比例之統計28
    表4-1-1 個人特性和離職傾向與離開現有專業傾向之差異分析32
    表4-1-2 生涯選擇之分配狀況分析31
    表4-1-3 個人特性與生涯選擇之差異分析33
    表4-2-1 各方法之變數定義35
    表4-2-2 組織承諾、專業承諾與離職傾向之迴歸分析36
    表4-2-3 組織承諾、專業承諾與離開現有專業傾向之迴歸分析38
    表4-2-4 組織與專業承諾配與後對離職傾向之迴歸分析41
    表4-2-5 組織與專業承諾配對後與離開現有專業傾向之迴歸分析44
    表4-2-6 配對後之相關分析45
    表4-2-7 組織與專業承諾配對後對生涯選擇之邏輯迴歸分析48
    圖次
    圖2-5-1 承諾狀態與生涯選擇之關係假設圖16
    圖3-1-1 研究架構17
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