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China's civil service to open over 31,000 vacancies
China plans to recruit 31,200 civil servants to work for 75 central agencies and 23 institutions directly attached to them in the 2022 civil servant intake, the State Administration of Civil Service announced Thursday.
China's job market remains stable in August
China's job market remained generally stable in August, official data showed Wednesday.
Economic Watch: Chances, challenges for China's job creation in 2021-2025
China's job market will remain generally stable for the next five years as the country cranks up its proactive job-creation measures to cope with the challenges ahead.
China's job market remains generally stable in July
China's job market remained generally stable in July, official data showed Monday.
China's 2020 job market remains stable despite virus disruption
China's job market remained generally stable in 2020 thanks to stepped-up efforts to ensure employment as the country has steadily emerged from the virus-induced economic slump.
Chinese vice premier stresses support for flexible employment
Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua has stressed support for flexible employment through multiple channels to safeguard an overall stable employment environment.
China's job market remains generally stable in May
China's job market remained generally stable in May, with the surveyed unemployment rate in urban areas standing at 5.9 percent, official data showed Monday.
China's job market improves in March as COVID-19 epidemic wanes
China's job market improved last month as life and work gradually resumed in the virus-hit economy, official data showed Friday.
China's job market remains generally stable in February
China's job market remained generally stable in February, with the surveyed unemployment rate in urban areas standing at 6.2 percent, official data showed Monday.
China ensures stable job market amid coronavirus outbreak, moves hiring online
China will help workers return to work and move hiring online to counter the impact of the novel coronavirus outbreak on employment, an official said Tuesday.
Economic Watch: China seeks new ways to add jobs amid epidemic control
For those temporarily idle due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, Walmart is now offering an unusual answer.
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