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Bateni S. An investigation of employment status for graduates of medical records of faculty of management and medical information In Isfahan (1991-1996). jha. 1999; 2 (4) :34-41
URL: http://jha.iums.ac.ir/article-1-257-en.html

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Investigating the employment status for graduates of universities is very important matter. This investigation is important from two viewpoints: first is the positive effect that employment in high percent can make on the graduates of a specific course and second benefit is that determining the employment status of graduates may affect managers and planners in their executive and educational decisions. Methods: the results were obtained based on a descriptive study conducted in 1997 on 101 form 142 graduates of medical records in Kardani degree. The subjects were graduated in 7 periods (5 morning periods, 2 evening periods) from faculty of management and medical information of Isfahan. Results: results extracted from questionnaires filled out by 101 graduates of medical records course were as the following: - 89.9% of graduates had applied for passing their compulsory period. - 81.4% of graduates had passed their compulsory period or were passing it. - From remaining 18.6%, 29.4% were continuing their studies in bachelor degree and 70.6% were passing their military services or were activating in occupations other than medical records. - 50% of those who had passed their compulsory period, were activating in occupations related to medical records as the following: a. 25.7% as employed under 1-year contract b. 23% as employed under 5-year contract c. 20% were employed as official- pilot employee d. 25.7% were employed as official-final employee e. 5.6% were employed in another forms From the questionnaires completed by graduates, required information associated with major and sub-major aims and research questions were extracted and analyzed and the following results were obtained.
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Received: 2008/12/7

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