More than 22,000 college graduates joined the 24th National College Graduates’ Autumn Job Fair, which concluded Saturday in Hall 1 of the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center.
The fair organizer, the Shenzhen Municipal Human Resources and Social Security Bureau, selected 670 enterprises for the fair, providing 30,000 vacancies in 5,400 posts.
The fair mainly catered to the needs of to-be-graduates in 2021, graduates over the past two years, overseas students and graduates of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.
The enterprises received a total of 28,000 applications, the organizer said. Among the applicants, 47 percent have earned bachelor’s degrees, and 38 percent had master’s or doctorate degrees.
The enterprises, including Han’s Laser, BYD, China Station Construction and Engineering Corp., China Resources, TCL and Shenzhen Cereal Shareholding Group, cover new-generation information technology, advanced manufacturing, biopharmacy and new-energy industries, especially logistics and e-commerce industries.
After the conclusion of the on-site job fair, the organizer initiated online recruitment through www.szqjsxh.com Sunday by offering 10,000 job opportunities from 1,000 employers for jobseekers to seek vacancies online.
The online job fair will run until the end of the year.
In Hall 2 of the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center, a promotion to encourage entrepreneurship and self-employment in the Pearl River Delta region was held through the display of 240 inventions, including 65 items that were selected through innovation and entrepreneurship contests in Guangdong Province.
The featured examples cover technology innovation, Internet, new energy, environmental protection, biopharmacy, cultural creation and electronic information.
Universiade Software Town, Tian’an Cyber City T+SPACE, Shenzhen Founder Technology Park and CUHK (Shenzhen) Innovation, Creation and Entrepreneurship Center and other innovation and entrepreneurship bases also displayed their items, and invited teams and individuals to start up their own businesses.