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Most young Chinese willing to take up new professions: survey

2020-7-31 10:46

 

BEIJING, July 30 (Xinhua) -- A new survey by China Youth Daily found that about 96.1 percent of young Chinese are willing to take up new professions, among whom 27.2 percent showed great interest in doing so.

Nine new professions, including blockchain technicians, online marketers, information security testers, online learning consultants and community health assistants, were given official recognition by China's human resources authority in early July.

Liu Chun, a sophomore majoring in data science and big data technology at a university in Beijing, plans to pursue a career in these fields after graduation.

"My major is newly set up, which enables me and my classmates to choose to be a big data analyst or a big data architect in the future," she said.

Among the 2,000 people surveyed, nearly 77 percent of the respondents deemed it necessary to fine-tune industry standards for new professions, while 67 percent believed universities will adjust their majors accordingly.

The development of new professions is bound to lead to the establishment of corresponding new majors at universities, which will relieve concerns about the development prospects of these professions, said Qu Ying, a university student in Beijing.

Of the surveyed, 45.8 percent are university students and 27.3 percent are candidates for this year's college entrance exam.

 

北京,7月30日(新华社)——《中国青年报》的一项最新调查显示,约96.1%的中国年轻人愿意从事新的职业,其中27.2%的人表现出极大的兴趣。


7月初,包括区块链技术人员、网络营销人员、信息安全测试人员、在线学习顾问和社区卫生助理在内的9种新职业得到了中国人力资源部门的正式认可。


来自北京某高校数据科学与大数据技术专业的大二学生刘春(音译)计划在毕业后从事这一领域的工作。


她说:“我的专业是新设置的,这让我和我的同学将来可以选择成为一名大数据分析师或大数据架构师。”


在2000名受访者中,近77%的受访者认为有必要调整新职业的行业标准,而67%的人认为大学将相应地调整专业。


来自北京的一名大学生曲颖(音译)表示:“新职业的发展必然会导致高校相应的新专业的设立,这将缓解人们对这些职业发展前景的担忧。”


在接受调查的人中,45.8%是大学生,27.3%是今年高考的考生。

 

来自: xinhua