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China launches campaign to promote employment

By Sun Chi | | Updated: 2024-06-12 14:00
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Graduates talk about employment information during a spring job fair at the Southwest University in Chongqing, March 29, 2024. [Photo/VCG]

A special campaign for job seekers, including college graduates, was launched on June 7, according to the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security on Tuesday.

The special campaign aims to create more than 10 million jobs in 2024 in 100 days.

Four online job fairs focusing on the fields of internet, medicine and health, finance, as well as energy and manufacturing, will be held during the campaign from June 7 to 16. A total of 259,000 jobs will be offered by 26,000 entities.

During the campaign, local government bodies will issue concentrated recruitment information based on job posts in key enterprises, government investment projects, industrial parks, and vacancies in social services and grassroots management.

At the same time, local government bodies will mobilize human resource service organizations and industry associations to highlight a batch of jobs suitable for college graduates and young people with similar educational backgrounds or skills.

Provincial-level human resources and social security bodies are required to hold at least one livestream promotion on job vacancies every week during the campaign.

The ministry has asked certain websites to carry special online recruitment area and columns on job hunting websites such as and

The ministry will also coordinate offline recruitment activities, focusing on cutting-edge areas of industrial development, and carrying out industry-specific recruitment activities such as digital economy, green economy, and silver economy.

It will carry out special regional recruitment activities in areas where college graduates are concentrated.

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