885,000 register for jobs A total of 885,000 job seekers registered with the Beijing Job Information Centre in the second quarter of this year, while 398,000 positions were on offer during the period, according to the Beijing Administration of Personnel. Doctors want more money, less pressure Some 17 per cent of doctors surveyed in Beijing were thinking about changing jobs, while 14 per cent of their Shanghai counterparts and 27 per cent of Guangzhou doctors wanted other jobs, the Beijing Morning Post reports. The main reasons cited were low income and pressure. Most were keen to go to private companies. Unemployed are mostly under 35 More than two-thirds of the mainland's registered unemployed population are younger than 35, Xinhua reports. The State Council report said 70 per cent of officially unemployed people fall into the category. Senior economists needed for Beijing Olympics The Municipal Government of Beijing has launched a worldwide recruitment campaign for two senior economists to become policy consultants for the 2008 Olympic Games. The annual salary would reportedly be 500,000 yuan. Chongqing graduate may sue state for discrimination Hua Xiao, a Chongqing graduate of one of the country's less prominent universities, is considering taking the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to court over employment discrimination. The Chengdu Business Daily reports ministry regulations stipulate that only students from the top 91 mainland universities can apply for civil service positions. Procuratorates to be put to the test The Shandong Provincial People's Procuratorate has announced that from next year recruitment for provincial and municipal procuratorates will be based on results of standard exams. The Qilu Evening News reports the move is designed to make the process fairer. Shandong procuratorates currently apply their own employment policies and standards.