Chinanews client, Beijing, January 26 (Reporter Li Jinlei) People who are looking for a job are paying attention.

  On January 26, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security released the ranking of the 100 "most lacking jobs" in the fourth quarter of 2020.

See if there are jobs that interest you.

These 100 occupations are most lacking in jobs

  The ranking shows that marketers, cleaners, security guards, merchandise salespersons, restaurant waiters, housekeeping waiters, customer service staff, lathe workers, real estate agents, and welders rank in the top 10.

  The top 10 occupations remained basically stable. In this period, welders entered the top 10, and couriers dropped out of the top 10, ranking 11th.

  Among these 100 occupations, 36 belong to manufacturing and related personnel, 36 belong to social production service and life service personnel, 19 belong to professional and technical personnel, 6 belong to clerical and related personnel, and 1 belongs to party organs, The person in charge of state organs, mass organizations and social organizations, enterprises and institutions, one belongs to the production and auxiliary personnel of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, and fishery, and one belongs to other employees who are classified as inconvenient.

  The data for this issue comes from the recruitment and job search data in the human resources market reported by public employment service agencies in 102 designated monitoring cities across the country.

The number of gaps is the highest in history

  The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security pointed out that compared with the third quarter, the number of recruitment needs in this period has increased significantly from the previous quarter, and the supply and demand relationship of the 100 "most lacking jobs" has generally tightened.

  Looking at the 100 jobs with the "most lack of jobs", the number of recruitment needs increased from 1.316 million in the third quarter to 1.418 million (an increase of 7.75%); the number of job seekers was basically the same as in the third quarter and slightly declined (down 0.61%).

  The number of gaps rose from 824,000 in the third quarter to 929,000 (an increase of 12.74%); the overall job-seeking ratio (the ratio of the number of recruits to the number of applicants) rose from 2.67 in the third quarter to 2.90 (an increase of 8.61%).

  According to the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, the number of gaps and the overall job opening ratio are both the highest in history since the ranking was first released in the third quarter of 2019.

Data map: Workers are assembling robots.

Photo by Tian Yuhao, China News Agency reporter

The shortage of these occupations has increased

  The ranking shows that the demand for manufacturing talents continues to maintain a strong momentum.

  Among the 25 new occupations in the ranking, 15 are directly related to manufacturing, accounting for 60%, such as "smelting engineering and technical personnel", "casting workers", "automotive engineering technicians" and "metal heat treatment workers".

  Among the 34 occupations with increasing shortages, 16 occupations are directly related to the manufacturing industry, accounting for 47.1%, such as "rebar workers", "mechanical fitters" and "textile dyers".

  The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security pointed out that under the conditions of normalization of epidemic prevention and control, the demand for social management and social service personnel has increased.

The ranks of occupations such as "security manager", "security guard", and "community worker" rose.

"Housekeeping attendants" ranked in the top ten, "childcare workers" and "elderly care workers" ranked up, "infant and toddler development guides" and "orphans and disabled children care workers" entered the ranking for the first time, and "preschool education teachers" entered the ranking again. The ranks of middle school teachers have risen.

Job fair information map.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Wu Junjie

How to stabilize employment this year?

  Statistics show that in 2020, 11.86 million new jobs will be created in urban areas. In December, the urban surveyed unemployment rate was 5.2%, and the urban registered unemployment rate was 4.24%, both of which were lower than the expected control target.

  The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security stated at a press conference held on the 26th that in 2021, benefiting from the stabilization of the economy, employment will continue to be generally stable.

At the same time, the domestic and international environment is undergoing profound changes, the supply of labor is still high, structural contradictions are more prominent, and the employment situation is facing many uncertainties.

  Regarding the next work arrangement, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security stated that the first is to improve the employment stability policy.

The second is to do a good job in the employment of key groups.

The third is to promote flexible employment and entrepreneurship through multiple channels.

The fourth is to strengthen vocational skills training.

The fifth is to improve the comprehensive public employment service system.

  Among them, do a solid job of employment of college graduates, expand market-oriented social employment channels, mobilize public departments to increase the scale of recruitment, and provide key assistance to unemployed graduates who have left school.

Launched the fourth round of the "Three Supports and One Support" program for college graduates.

We will do a solid job in the employment of fishermen, unemployed people and other groups to ensure that the dynamics of zero-employment families are cleared.