Job fairs held for incoming graduates

Writer: Han Ximin  |  Editor: Zhang Chanwen  |  From: Shenzhen Daily  |  Updated: 2023-03-14

Around 25% of incoming graduates who attended a job fair Saturday landed preliminary job offers with prospective employers.

The job fair at Shenzhen University’s Xili campus attracted over 80 enterprises offering more than 3,000 posts.

Over 1,500 students from six universities in Shenzhen attended the fair. Employers received more than 3,450 resumes and reached employment intents with 25% of the applicants, data from the Shenzhen Municipal Human Resources and Social Security Bureau showed yesterday.

On Sunday, Shenzhen MSU-BIT University (SMBU) held its spring job fair by inviting enterprises such as Amer Group, Guoxin Securities, China Electronics and Shenzhen MTC Co. The companies provided over 1,300 posts and attracted nearly 400 students from SMBU, Shenzhen University of Technology and The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen.

Also on Saturday, the 2023 Huawei ICT Talent Alliance Job Fair was held at Shenzhen Bay Science and Technology Ecology Park, targeting incoming graduates by inviting its 55 ecological partners with 600 open positions available.

Since February, the Shenzhen Public Employment Service Center has organized job fairs to attract laborers, retain talents and employees. It holds regular job fairs every Tuesday and Thursday morning at its office building in Bagua No. 2 Road in Futian District. It also holds an online job fair every week and a thematic job fair targeted special groups of people.

The city will create 180,000 jobs in total this year, according to a work report from the city’s human resources bureau, and Shenzhen’s employment population reached 12.34 million in 2022.