What do you study in this major and what can you do after graduation? " This is a problem that almost every college entrance examination student should consider. Think about what he will learn and what kind of work he wants to do in the future. This is related to an important link in voluntary reporting - choosing a major. The chosen major is closely related to one's future employment to a great extent. If the examinee is still hesitant to choose a major early, you might as well change a way of thinking and consider always looking at voluntary filling from the perspective of employment.
Aspect 1: unpopular specialty and popular specialty
Majors with high admission scores are generally regarded as popular majors. From the registration and admission in previous years, finance, commerce, medicine, nursing and information technology are all popular majors. Popular majors are not always popular. Many higher vocational schools rush to run popular majors. If the supply exceeds the demand, the popular majors will become cold. Like electronics and computers, they are not as hot as they were a few years ago. The unpopular major may also become popular. Look at the hot and cold of the profession from the perspective of development. How to judge the hot and cold in the future, we must see which industries our country will focus on in the future development and which talents we need. This is a macro and useful judgment standard.
Aspect 2: red card specialty and green card specialty
Red card majors represent large unemployment, low employment rate and low salary. The employment rate of green card professionals continues to rise, and the salary rises.
The red card majors are the following: clinical medicine, international finance, e-commerce, etc. the reason why they are red card majors is that these majors have large unemployment, low employment rate and low salary. Green card majors include geological engineering, production process automation technology, applied chemical technology, welding technology and automation. Red card major and green card major are not invariable. With the change of supply-demand relationship, some green card majors have become red card majors because of the increase of registered students and the oversupply, and the red card majors will stop falling and pick up because of the rational choice of the examinee's parents.
Three aspects: "table" and "Li"
Choosing a major should be "consistent in appearance and in interior" and "avoid emptiness and be real". In voluntary reporting, there are often some common sense misunderstandings. As soon as some candidates see that the school name has words such as "chemical industry", "Geology", "Normal University" and "agriculture", they think that such schools are unpopular, have poor employment and are unwilling to fill in. To fill in a volunteer, you must choose a good major. Candidates should know whether the major has social needs, whether the goods are wrong, and whether there is a future after graduation.
Four aspects: "big" and "small"
Small specialty enrollment can be achieved in one step, and "large category enrollment" gives students the opportunity of "second choice". From the perspective of specialty and employment, general enrollment is conducive to guiding candidates to choose majors more rationally. Senior high school students always have limited knowledge of university disciplines and specialties. From time to time, they feel that their major is not in line with their interests and specialties after enrollment. After the enrollment of major categories, students enter the previous stage of study, regardless of major, and are trained on the same public basic course platform and professional basic course platform. After one or two years, they will re select specific majors among the majors included in the major categories according to their own interests, expertise, development direction and social needs.