Colleges and companies strengthen cooperation to support Chinese graduates’ career development

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New figures suggest Chinese students are facing their “hardest” graduate season. There are more than 10 million new #graduates in #china this year, an increase of 1.67 million compared to last year. A job market report prepared by China’s Renmin University says a slump in job opportunities are largely the result of #COVID-19 outbreaks while some domestic enterprises are undergoing structural transformation. Some companies have also customized a series of projects to help students adapt to real businesses.

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