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Scenario-Based Career Path Decision Support Services in Human Capital Development


  • Tokuro Matsuo

    (Yamagata University, Japan)

  • Yoshihito Saito

    (Yamagata University, Japan)

  • Takanori Terashima

    (Miyagi University, Japan)

  • Takayuki Fujimoto

    (Toyo University, Japan)


This paper proposes a new career support system for students’ decision-making using past student information in a university. Past students information contains a lot of useful information such as trend of taken classes, getting jobs, and their correlations. The authors explain a method to clarify the correlation of lectures and jobs. The system provides career services to students. The system shows pattern and scenario to take lecture based on student’s goal and job family in which they want to get. And also, the system realizes to support the student by providing appropriate candidates of job families from students’ career, pattern, and order of taking classes.

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  • Tokuro Matsuo & Yoshihito Saito & Takanori Terashima & Takayuki Fujimoto, 2012. "Scenario-Based Career Path Decision Support Services in Human Capital Development," International Journal of Human Capital and Information Technology Professionals (IJHCITP), IGI Global, vol. 3(1), pages 15-25, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:igg:jhcitp:v:3:y:2012:i:1:p:15-25

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