On October 27, Sookmyung Women's University Job Center held the 8th final presentation contest for the analysis of middle-standing enterprises. The contest was aimed at developing a good employment strategy for choosing companies through analysis of middle-standing enterprises with high growth and development potential. Especially, it aims to promote the two goals of intensively analyzing enterprises one wishes to join and strengthening one's capacity for employment. Therefore, major companies, public enterprises, and foreign companies were excluded from the analysis. In addition, analysis of middle-standing enterprises on the verge of becoming major enterprises can be submitted, but good evaluation scores and chances of winning are difficult. So, the target companies were limited to small- and middle-standing enterprises, venture companies, and startups. The contest was open to both Sookmyungians aged 15 to 34 and non-Sookmyungians. Applicants gave special lectures on corporate analysis methods from September 19 to 23, either face-to-face or non-face-to-face. After submitting the report on October 10, the selection and awards for excellence and encouragement were carried out. Participants in the corporate analysis report were also given the benefit of participating in intensive job mentoring. Later, on October 27, there was a final presentation contest and awards for the contest, and eight people were selected as winners. A total of 60 million won was awarded. One anonymous student who participated in the contest said that she knew about middle-standing enterprises near her home, but she didn't know them well. So, she wanted to find out and analyze what kind of enterprise it is. While preparing for the competition, she didn't know what to analyze at first, but she said she made progress by checking the homepage and various articles about the certain enterprise. The contest provided a time for Sookmyungians to discover middle-standing enterprises with high potential for development and growth and to provide good employment strategies.