Cultivating the employability of students is one goal of the pursuit of higher education. In order to improve the performance of university education, the employability of graduates must be enhanced. The purpose of this study is to find the industry and academia's views on employability expected of graduates and the gap between the industry and academia in order to put forward suggestions for improvement, with the focus groups method as the research method. Research results show: The industry attaches greater importance to employability. The 'specific skill and knowledge related abilities' dimension includes 'computer skills (word processing, professional software application and program writing)', and 'applying rules and regulations'; the 'general abilities' dimension includes 'working under pressure'; the 'behavior/attitude qualities' dimension includes 'initiative', 'adaptability', 'loyalty, integrity', and 'tolerance, appreciation of different points of view'.