Wenzhou University of Technology, Wenzhou, Zhejiang, 325000, China
With the continuous development of Internet technology, the flow of college graduates in the Internet age has shown new characteristics. In order to deal with the new problems of the flow of college graduates in the new era, in the Internet age, colleges and universities should use scientific and reasonable methods to regulate the flow of college graduates. This paper mainly analyzes the adjustment and control strategies of college graduates' talent flow in the Internet age. Firstly, it introduces the main characteristics of college graduates' talent flow in the Internet age, then analyzes the main factors that affect college graduates' talent flow in the Internet age, and finally puts forward the main strategies to adjust and control college graduates' talent flow in the Internet age.
the Internet age; College graduates; Talent flow; Regulatory strategy
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