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​Jiangsu holds online job fairs for college graduates

english.jsjyt.edu.cn| Updated: May 23, 2022 L M S


A company representative presents available positions at an online job fair. [Photo/Xinhua Daily]

The 13 cities in East China's Jiangsu province on May 21 held 40 online job fairs where about 1,000 private enterprises offered 10,000 positions, according to Zhang Hongwei, deputy director of the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Human Resources and Social Security.

Employers promised multiple benefits, such as attractive salaries, extra commercial insurance, equity stakes, and interest-free housing loans to attract talents at the fair.

Graduating students could talk with employers, submit their resumes and make appointments for interviews while watching the live broadcast.

Data shows that 1.07 million people viewed the live stream and about 10,000 of them submitted their resumes. The 10 most viewed jobs were related to biomedicine, integrated circuit, new energy vehicles, intelligent manufacturing, data analysis, financial management, new media operations, artificial intelligent engineering, product development, and software development.

Jiangsu will also hold job fairs for State-owned enterprises and roles in the digital economy sector in the near future, said Zhang. About 200,000 jobs will be provided in total, he added.