Over 500,000 jobs were offered on a recently released online recruitment program, attracting graduates from about 300 universities across China as of Thursday.
Co-launched by China Media Group (CMG), State-owned Assets Supervision and the Administration Commission of the State Council in early March, the platform has attracted over 4,700 companies to post their recruitment information on CMG’s video-streaming app Yangshipin.
As of Thursday, a total of 130 companies have posted lectures regarding information about their companies and available job opportunities on Yangshipin. Among them, nearly half were State-owned companies.
Applicants can log in on Yangshipin, browse job information, and upload and send resumes to companies they are interested in.
To date, the job recruitment program page has attracted over 47 million visits, and received over 1.5 million resumes from applicants.
The program also has provided specialized online sessions for companies and job applicants in areas of the Yangtze River Delta and Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area to help local businesses resume production.
The program will also hold a Hubei online session on April 13. It has attracted over 200 companies to participate, including Wuhan Tongji Hospital and Wuhan Jinyintan Hospital.