In-person interviews are becoming a rarity in China amid lockdowns, social distancing and the temporary closure of many businesses. Illustration: SCMP In-person interviews are becoming a rarity in China amid lockdowns, social distancing and the temporary closure of many businesses. Illustration: SCMP
In-person interviews are becoming a rarity in China amid lockdowns, social distancing and the temporary closure of many businesses. Illustration: SCMP

Nailing the perfect handshake no longer crucial to getting a job in China, with hiring done via a screen

  • This is the sixth in a series on the impact of the coronavirus on China's technology sector
  • China has launched nationwide online recruitment initiatives as it grapples with unemployment amid the coronavirus pandemic

Topic |   China technology
In-person interviews are becoming a rarity in China amid lockdowns, social distancing and the temporary closure of many businesses. Illustration: SCMP In-person interviews are becoming a rarity in China amid lockdowns, social distancing and the temporary closure of many businesses. Illustration: SCMP
In-person interviews are becoming a rarity in China amid lockdowns, social distancing and the temporary closure of many businesses. Illustration: SCMP
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