Possesses of Career Vision by Young Local Public Servants: Focusing on the Differences of Academic Division on Employment Examination Tsuyoshi Nakashima (Toyo Eiwa University) This study investigated the career vision of local public servants (aged from 20 to 35) in terms of differences in academic division on employment examination. The results indicated positive effects due to schooling experience and negative ones due to a penchant for stable life on the part of DAISOTSU KOUMUIN (public servants with a university education). On the other hand, in the case of KOUSOTSU KOUMUIIN (public servants with a high school education or two-year college one), age effect was conspicuous due to the lower age requirement for employment examinations. Furthermore, the existence of a role model proved important for both public servants in forming self -career vision regardless of differences in academic division on employment examination. Above all, the paper pointed out the importance of providing those working under stable conditions with support for nurturing the kind of career vision that helps develop their ties with society.