Premier Li Keqiang said employment was his primary concern when considering whether or not to roll out stimulus measures.

National political advisers suggested the government adjust majors and specialties at colleges and universities to ease employment difficulties.

The State Council, China's Cabinet, on Thursday announced the appointment of several new officials.

The government should provide young migrant workers with more training workshops and access to information to help them better adapt to society and qualify for better-paying jobs, a deputy to the National People's Congress suggested.

A growing number of female deputies are participating in the National People's Congress, the country's top legislature, which is a sign of progress in gender equality.

Primary schools should further alleviate burdens on students by putting off some advanced classes to middle school, expert suggested.

A national political adviser suggested the government should emphasize and encourage family businesses in China to further undertake social responsibility for long-term development.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Thursday vows to make financial and fiscal reforms a priority, and promises to promote social fairness and people's livelihoods to bridge the widening wealth gap.

Chinese Premier on Thursday said there is a level of flexibility for the government's growth target at around 7.5 percent this year, stressing rather the importance of creating enough jobs.

China will take a differential approach to regulate the housing market, and curb speculation and investment-oriented purchases, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said here on Thursday.

Premier Li Keqiang vowed to build a sound social security net for the public, including an integrated pension arrangement for rural and urban residents.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Thursday said that his government will give a priority to the promotion of social fairness and the improvement of people's livelihood.

Premier Li Keqiang said on Thursday he expects negotiations on a follow-up of the Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan to see early results.

A regulatory strategy for the property market, recognizing local conditions and aspects, will be implemented, Premier Li Keqiang said on Thursday.