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China Focus: China makes employment efforts for college graduates

2020-9-29 11:12

 

Job seekers talk with employers at a job fair in east China's Shanghai, June 10, 2020. (Xinhua/Liu Ying)

BEIJING, Sept. 28 (Xinhua) -- Chinese authorities have made all-out efforts to help this year's 8.74 million college graduates secure jobs, an education official said on Monday.

To mitigate the adverse impacts brought by the COVID-19 epidemic, the Ministry of Education, working with over 20 departments, has launched nearly 40 preferential measures to facilitate employment, said Wang Hui, an official with the ministry.

These measures include expanding employment in urban and rural communities and grassroots medical institutions, and increasing the proportion of university graduates in military recruitment, Wang said.

He noted that governments have worked with relevant departments, public institutions, and state-owned enterprises (SOEs) to create more jobs this year, providing work to over 2.8 million graduates as of Sept. 1, an increase of more than 700,000 over the same period last year.

More than 200,000 online job fairs have been held for new graduates since March, about 20 times the offline format, helping China ride out an unprecedented employment challenge amid COVID-19 headwinds.

The "24365" campus service, a flagship online recruitment platform, has provided 15.22 million pieces of job information and recorded 37.36 million resume uploads, with 6.69 million new graduates registering on the site since its launch in February, said Wang.

Meanwhile, employment-related instructions have moved online, and more than 80,000 college counselors and instructors, with the first-line experience in job hunting, are on standby to help polish resumes of students or impart interview skills, Wang noted.

Photo taken on June 1, 2020 shows a job fair held at Jianghan University in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province. (Xinhua/Cheng Min)

Efforts are being made to help graduates from universities in Hubei as well as graduates hailing from the province, the official said.

This year, a total of 449,000 students graduated from colleges in Hubei, and 371,000 new graduates nationwide are from Hubei originally, Wang said.

These students will get preference in recruitment policies and will be offered quotas in recruitments for some community-level service programs as well as in the military, government, public institutions and SOEs, Wang said.

Also, 124 universities across China have paired with the ones in Hubei to share job information and offer employment counseling. The arrangement has already helped 13,000 graduates find jobs, the official said, adding that the ministry also organized special online job fairs for graduates of Hubei universities.

According to Wang, universities have been asked to put emphasis on assisting Hubei students in job hunting and offer them tailored guidance.

 

2020年6月10日,中国东部上海,求职者在招聘会上与雇主交谈。(新华社/刘影)


北京,9月28日(新华社)——教育部官员周一表示,今年874万高校毕业生就业,政府已尽最大努力帮助他们找到工作。


教育部官员王辉表示,为减轻新冠肺炎疫情带来的不利影响,教育部会同20多个部门推出了近40项优惠措施,以促进就业。


王说,这些措施包括扩大城乡社区和基层医疗机构的就业,提高大学毕业生在征兵中的比例。


他指出,政府与相关部门、事业单位和国有企业共同努力,今年将创造更多的就业机会,截至9月1日,毕业生就业人数已超过280万,比去年同期增加了70多万。


自今年3月以来,为应届毕业生举办的网上招聘会已超过20万场,是线下招聘会的20倍左右,帮助中国在新冠病毒(COVID-19)疫情下应对前所未有的就业挑战。


据王介绍,自2月份上线以来,“24365”校园招聘平台已经提供了1522万条招聘信息,上传简历3736万次,登记在册的应届毕业生达669万。


王指出,与此同时,与就业相关的指导已经转移到网上,超过8万名具有求职一线经验的高校辅导员和辅导员随时待命,帮助打磨学生的简历或传授面试技巧。

 

该官员表示,正在努力帮助湖北高校毕业生以及来自湖北的毕业生。


王说,今年,湖北高校共有44.9万名毕业生,全国应届毕业生中有3.7万名来自湖北。


王说,这些学生将在招聘政策上得到优待,并将在一些基层服务项目、军队、政府、公共机构和国有企业中获得招生配额。


此外,全国已有124所高校与湖北高校合作,分享就业信息,提供就业咨询。该官员表示,该安排已经帮助13000名毕业生找到了工作,并补充说,教育部还为湖北高校毕业生组织了专门的网上招聘会。


王表示,校方已被要求将重点放在帮助湖北学生找工作上,并为他们提供量身定做的指导。

 

来自: xinhua