Tight job market for graduates
It is reported by Shanghai Foreign Service Co Ltd (SFSC) that since last fall more than 60% graduates have sent out more than 30 resumes. According to Wu Xiaohui, senior campus recruitment consultant with SFSC, graduates are forced by the financial crisis to make full use of every chance to get a job, because lots of companies do not intend to recruit.
In Shanghai, lots of graduates have regretted to lose chances to hand out their resume since last year. Now there are not really many chances for students to find an ideal job. After the Chinese Spring Festival, March is the peak season for fresh graduates to sign job contacts with employers, according to the survey by SFSC.
And another survey shows that more than half of multinational companies didn’t intend to recruit new employees in this tough time, while companies have recruitment plan are going to hire fewer employees.
However, 157 multinational corporations will offer 1000 vocational training opportunities 1,000 vocational training opportunities, 1,000 internship positions and 1,000 job openings for graduates.
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