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Study on the Influence Mechanism of the Integration of Industry and Education on the Satisfaction of Applied Talents in Guizhou Network Engineering

Zhihui Shen


The present study aims to determine the perceived satisfaction of students enrolled in the network engineering undergraduate program through industry and education integration and assess the impact perceived skills have on their intentions regarding future careers. The three research objectives are; to determine the network engineering students are trained according to vertical and horizontal divisions; to establish a model to evaluate student satisfaction can further improve the evaluation mechanism
for the integration of production and education in Guizhou universities; to understand the current situation of the integration of
production and education in the network engineering major and discover existing problems, and promote the healthy development


Influence Mechanism; New Retail Model; Snack Food

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v6i15.5162