China Friday announced a raft of measures to help young people, especially college graduates, find jobs and set up businesses in the latest move to stabilize employment.
Not only do young people emphasize selfhood and interests, but also attach great importance to the harmonious relationship between work, life, and family.
China will provide greater policy support to keep payrolls stable and boost job creation, in a bid to ensure steady economic performance, according to a decision made at a State Council executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday.
China will reinforce its employment-first approach to fulfill the annual target, as it is one of the key underpinnings for keeping major economic indicators within an appropriate range.
China will provide job seekers with no fewer than 1 million internship openings this year to help them find employment as soon as possible, authorities said on Wednesday.