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||The Fit Between IT Department and MIS Graduate|
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||In recent years, the IT industry in Taiwan has gradually shifted from hardware manufacturing to software design. At the same time, conflict between IT industry and MIS graduates exists: CISA (Information Service Industry Association of China, Taipei) still claims the immense shortage of IT workers no matter how high the unemployment rate is. However, MIS graduates don’t get extraordinary pay due to this situation. There are two constructs used to describe the “fit”: person-job fit and person-organization fit. Based on the “fit” concept, the purpose of this research is to find out the gap between IT manager and MIS graduate as well as other demographic variables such as sex, area and industry.|
According to the purposes of this research, we have discovered some important results:
a. Fit between IT manager and MIS graduate：Freshmen of the new generation are originative、energetic、optimistic but less durable for frustrations. IT managers tend to expect newcomers follow work rules and norms.
b. Fit between sex：General speaking, male tends to accept work rules and norms and prefers the value of competition and result-orientation. Female has more preferences to fringe benefits and work environment and uphold originality and respect.
c. Fit between areas：People living in the North Taiwan pay more attention on 「reward」and 「friendship」in work and agree with the value of profession and human nature. Morals and traditions are highly emphasized in the South Taiwan.
d. Fit between other demographic variables：First, MIS graduates of private universities place more importance on 「stability」and 「performance」than that of national universities. Second, IT managers under 40 years old have more willingness to offer higher reward conditions for Freshmen and more agreement with the value of 「creative humanity」. Finally, people in software service industry think highly of 「reward」and the value of 「creative humanity」、「morality」and 「respect」.
||Ing-Chung Huang - chair|
Jyh-Jer Ko - co-chair
Feng-Yang Kuo - advisor
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