China moves to stabilise employment amid Covid-19 epidemic


Candidates review information on vacancies during a recent job fair in Suqian, Jiangsu province. - China Daily

NANJING (Xinhua): Spring is usually a peak hiring season in China. But this year's novel coronavirus outbreak has disrupted the pace of recruitment, especially for college graduates, and stranded a large number of migrant workers in the country's west, resulting in labour shortages in some eastern regions.

In order to mitigate the impact on employment, China has started to take a string of measures to ensure job creation, facilitate the employment of rural migrant workers and college graduates, and solve difficulties for small and household businesses.

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