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This research aims to study the operation format and the procedure of setting up employment recruiting center of Graduate School of Commerce, Burapha University and study the requirement to use the employment of the industrial factory sector, Chonburi Province. This research was qualitative research by in-depth interview of the sample group relating to the establishment of the employment recruiting center in the number of 12 people and quantitative research by using Chi-Square statistic the sample group consisted of other industrial and commercial managers in Chon Buri Province, a total of 400 industrial and commercial executives in Chonburi Province. Statistical data was analyzed by chi-square test. The research results were found that College of Commerce Able to establish a legal employment center under a limited company registered by Burapha University, there are 6 steps and the hypothesis testing results show that the factors of production, marketing, sales have a high positive relationship with demand for services. Decision-making employment center Industry factors had a low positive correlation with the demand for ready-to-pay employment centers for research and development staff positions. Engineering science and the management group factor had a low positive correlation with demand for employment center services for cause and wages available to pay for marketing, sales, and marketing positions. This discovery is a new discovery. It can be used as a guideline for higher education institutions. Increase channels to have more jobs for students. And increase the income of higher education institutions as well.
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