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Ministry begins campaign to place students, graduates into job vacancies

By Cheng Si | | Updated: 2023-06-07 21:07
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Candidates look at employment opportunities at a job fair in Nanjing, Jiangsu province. [Photo by Liu Jianhua/For China Daily]

The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security launched a 100-day recruitment campaign on Tuesday to help college students access over 10 million job opportunities in the next three months.

According to a release by the ministry, it will collect job information from companies, government-supported projects and industrial zones, as well as vacancies in grassroots government bodies, to help college students better connect with suitable jobs.

Job fairs focusing on particular industries such as healthcare, information and environmental protection will be organized over the next 100 days. Online recruitment campaigns will also be organized by the ministry and human resources bureaus at all levels.

Industrial associations in sectors including textiles, automobiles and insurance, as well as recruitment companies and agencies, will be invited to brainstorm and figure out solutions for job-seekers.

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