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Gov't to Diversify Ways to Boost Employment
China's education authorities have pledged to come up with new ways to create more jobs as the number of fresh college graduates will exceed an unprecedented 6.3 million this year. CRI's Zheng Chenguang takes a look.
Finding jobs for college graduates is a growing problem in China in recent years.
It will become an even harder task for the 6.3 million June graduates this year as the country is still recovering from the global financial crisis in late 2008.
Li Kaifu is former president of Google China and founder of the Innovation Works Fund, a venture capital group that provides seed money for Chinese internet and mobile internet startups.
"In 2010, I'm looking forward to the government's new polices to contribute to college graduates' employment, including business startups, job posts and financial support."
For Lian Si, a teacher at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, staying out of mega-cities is a good option.
"I think it's important that college graduates seek jobs in medium and small cities and develop their careers from there."
Yin Weimin, Minister of Human Resources and Social Security, has outlined several measures to boost employment this year.
"First of all, we will broaden the channels for college graduates seeking jobs. Second, we encourage college graduates to work in small and medium-sized enterprises, especially private enterprises. Third, we encourage college graduates to start their own businesses."