More than 500,000 job vacancies were offered to applicants at a job fair that kicked off on Wednesday in Wuhan, Hubei province. Photo: Xinhua
More than 500,000 job vacancies were offered to applicants at a job fair that kicked off on Wednesday in Wuhan, Hubei province. Photo: Xinhua
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China’s army of upcoming college graduates brace to compete for jobs with a familiar rival – the class of 2020’s unhired alumni

  • Competition for jobs among fresh university graduates in China looks to be even more intense next year as the coronavirus left millions of degree-holders out of work
  • Ministry of Education says a record 9 million Chinese graduates will try to enter the workforce in 2021

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More than 500,000 job vacancies were offered to applicants at a job fair that kicked off on Wednesday in Wuhan, Hubei province. Photo: Xinhua
More than 500,000 job vacancies were offered to applicants at a job fair that kicked off on Wednesday in Wuhan, Hubei province. Photo: Xinhua
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