This study aimed to a multi-group analyze the relationship among university life satisfaction, university life characteristics, and career outcomes by motivation for major choice. This study used 2017GOMS data from KRIVET’s. Results of relationship among main factors by motivation for major choice showed that firstly, the academic achievement-oriented type when was a higher level of university life satisfaction, a higher activeness of job preparation and career outcomes. Secondly, the academic grade-oriented type was the more active career preparation, the higher the income and job satisfaction. And the academic interest-aptitude oriented type was the more active career preparation, the higher job satisfaction. Finally, the academic interest-aptitude oriented type was the higher level of academic achievement, the higher the job satisfaction after employment. Theoretical and practical implications were suggested based on these research results.