Employment "private customization" serves migrant workers home
News from our newspaper (Reporter Wu Duosi, Correspondent Hu Yuancheng, Li Xia) "I work very well in the restaurant. Customers like to eat my dishes. Now my salary is high. Thank you so much." Recently, Xinjiang McGai Yakufu Aizezi, a villager from Tuogaidun Village, Tumantal Township, Ti County, expressed his gratitude to the village work team of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the autonomous region by phone.
In 2019, with the help of the work team, after learning cooking skills in the village, Yakufu went to Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province to become a chef in a restaurant with a monthly salary of 4,500 yuan.
"In our village, the villagers have a strong desire to go out to find jobs, but because most of the villagers have a low level of education and do not have any skills, they often run into trouble finding jobs," said Zhang Yong, the first secretary and team leader.
In the face of this situation, the work team and the "two committees" of the village learned about the villagers’ employment skills and willingness to work through household visits. After research and discussion, they decided to carry out various forms of skill training to guide the villagers to go out to work in an orderly manner and be nearby Employment, self-employment, and expansion of income channels.
Since 2019, the task force has invited professional and technical personnel from counties and townships to serve as teachers, and has organized practical skills training courses in the village such as cooking, sewing, computer operation, water and electricity maintenance, building decoration, cleaning services, planting and breeding, and trained 2,880 villagers.
"With the help of the work team, I learned cooking skills in a skill training class. Now I have opened a restaurant in front of the village committee. Together with the income from farming, I can earn more than 50,000 yuan a year. The family has not only escaped poverty. I also became rich." Villager Patihan Yakufu said happily.
In addition to learning skills from villagers, the work team also actively contacted county human resources and social departments and industrial park enterprises to learn about employment information in and out of Xinjiang and local jobs, and actively build bridges to recommend jobs based on villagers’ personal skills and expertise.
"I have been working in an auto repair shop for almost a year, and earn more than 3,000 yuan a month. I also want to open a car repair shop in the future." Aizzi Yiming, a villager who works in an auto repair shop in Megaiti County, said excitedly .
Like Yakufu, more than 130 surplus laborers in the village learned skills with the help of the work team and went to work in and outside Xinjiang successively, and some surplus laborers were employed in industrial parks in the county.
96 villagers started their own businesses locally, with a per capita annual income of more than 15,000 yuan.
"In the next step, we will continue to strengthen communication and docking with labor companies, and actively organize migrant workers to return to work in an orderly manner, so that the villagers can move forward on the road to increase income and become rich." Zhang Yong said.