News Wanted - engineers with ethics and expertise The State Environmental Protection Administration is looking to hire people as environmental assessment engineers. And to stimulate development of the industry, senior assessment engineers from other countries will also be invited to apply. The Beijing Times reports that the sector is short on professional ethics and expertise. Zhejiang fair offers an opportunity for women A job fair for women will be held in Zhejiang this month. More than 3,000 employers are expected to attend and offer more than 50,000 positions. In addition to the traditional jobs for women, such as accounting, administration and sales, many others in finance, insurance, hotel management and travel services will also be offered, the Modern Express reports. Graduates are not too choosy about work location About 15 per cent of graduates in Beijing do not seek jobs suited to their academic qualifications and more than half are not picky about their work base, an online survey conducted by the Ministry of Education shows. Beijing and Shanghai rank fifth and 13th as the most popular areas for work. The top three are Guangdong, Jiangsu and Shandong. Motor mechanics popular choice for job seekers The Beijing Talent Market News reports that new graduates are able to earn more than 1,000 yuan per month working for car companies in Beijing. It also says students' salary expectations are close to the market. The graduates said they had to adjust their expectations due to the difficulty of finding work. Becoming a mechanic is a popular choice. Shenzhen mulls wage rise due to labour shortage Shenzhen is short of 100,000 workers. The biggest shortfalls are in the labour-intensive companies that pay less than 1,000 yuan per month, Xinhua reports. The shortage is especially serious in the manufacturing sector and Shenzhen is considering increasing the minimum wage.