At present, it is an important stage for college graduates to sign for employment, and it is a critical period for the employment and entrepreneurship of graduates this year. The reporter learned from the Education Department of the Autonomous Region that at present, the employment situation of college graduates in Xinjiang is generally stable.
This year, there are about 97,000 graduates from 42 colleges and universities in the district, an increase of nearly 10% over last year, and the increase and rate of increase hit a record high. In order to make every effort to do a good job in the employment of college graduates under the normalized epidemic prevention and control, so that college graduates can find jobs early and get a good job, our district plans early, proactively attacked, and formulated plans, and strived to broaden the employment channels for graduates.
Colleges and universities will implement the “top leader” project of employment work, formulate employment work plans, layer responsibilities, and promote full employment; formulate recruitment plans carefully, make full use of internal and external resources, and actively cooperate with employers, employment bases, and alumni companies Wait for docking, stabilize job supply, and ensure that online and offline recruitment activities are effective. At present, a total of 4229 campus recruitment events of various kinds have been held, providing more than 200,000 jobs for graduates, and 34,500 graduates have signed employment agreements with enterprises. The Education Department of the Autonomous Region, in conjunction with the Human Resources and Social Security Department of the Autonomous Region, launched the “Work in Xinjiang” webcast series of activities, and nearly 200,000 graduates watched online.
“We have strengthened employment guidance and adopted various measures to improve the employment service level of college graduates. By regularly organizing employment scheduling meetings for college graduates, we can dynamically grasp the progress of employment in each school, solve problems in a timely manner, and accurately guide employment. “Gulizal Shadir, Director of the Student Affairs Office of the Education Department of the Autonomous Region, said that the current employment of college graduates in our region is progressing in an orderly manner. The Education Department of the Autonomous Region has formed a coordination and linkage mechanism with organizations, human resources and social organizations, and strived to broaden the employment channels for graduates, and make full use of education to promote employment policies to ensure that graduates in our region have more full and higher-quality employment. At the same time, we will open up new space and strengthen assistance to key groups such as disabled and subsistence allowance families, so that college graduates can graduate smoothly and get jobs as soon as possible.