College graduates are a key group for stabilizing and maintaining employment.

For graduates, finding a satisfactory job is an important sign of entering society and achieving independence.

To better promote the employment of graduates, what issues do you expect the National Two Sessions to focus on?

On the eve of the National Two Sessions, the China Youth Daily Social Survey Center and the Questionnaire Network ( conducted a survey on expectations for the National Two Sessions, with a total of 2,002 people participating.

The survey shows that 53.1% of the respondents expect to improve the internship training of school students and enhance their ability to find jobs, and 52.1% of the respondents hope to provide travel and accommodation subsidies for graduates to find jobs in other places.

“I hope that representatives and committee members will pay more attention to the employment issues of college students.”

  Huang Yuwei, born in the 2000s, is a graduate of a university in Fujian this year. Finding a job has become her most important thing right now.

She said frankly that the competition for jobs is very fierce and it is not easy to find a satisfactory job.

"I have submitted a lot of resumes on recruitment software and participated in the autumn recruitment held by the school, but the response rate is not high and I have not found a suitable job yet."

  Huang Yuwei feels that the information on the recruitment software is mixed, and there are situations where the recruitment information is inconsistent with the actual situation.

As an advertising major, she hopes to find a job in new media operations or copywriting planning. When searching on the website, she found that some recruitment pages said they were operations specialists, but looking at the detailed job description, she found that it was different from the job she wanted to find. Very big.

Some recruitment notices state "9 to 6, weekends off", but in actual communication, it is single days off, and it is difficult to guarantee the commuting time.

"There are a lot of 'holes' in job descriptions on recruitment software, which need to be carefully screened."

  Xu Ying, a recent master's degree graduate from a university in Anhui Province, encountered "pitfalls" during his job search.

"I communicated with the other party on the recruitment software and agreed to have an interview at two o'clock the next day. As a result, I waited at the agreed location all afternoon and no one showed up. I sent messages and received no reply. Only then did I realize that I had been 'let go', and I I found that the agreed location was inconsistent with the company address displayed on the recruitment software, so I suspected it might be a false recruitment."

  Zhang Yuchen, a junior at a university in Beijing, said that classmates around him also encountered similar situations when looking for internships.

He believes that recruitment platforms should strengthen information review and supervision to protect the rights and interests of job seekers.

Zhang Yuchen hopes that at the National Two Sessions, the representatives will pay more attention to the employment issues of college students and propose relevant bills and proposals to reduce the employment pressure of college students.

53.1% of the respondents look forward to improving internship training for school students and enhancing their ability to find jobs and careers.

  Xu Ying said that the school will provide employment guidance for graduates, such as inviting seniors to share their job search experience, but it will mainly provide guidance on civil service examinations, and not much guidance on state-owned enterprises, institutions, and further education. "I hope The content of school employment guidance can be richer and more diverse to meet students' different job search needs. In addition, the publicity of employment information should be strengthened so that students can obtain relevant information in a timely manner."

  Ma Xinyi, a post-2000 generation working in Beijing, is a 2023 graduate. She feels that the school’s job search guidance is very important for college students.

“When I was looking for a job last year, I asked the school’s employment guidance teacher to help me revise my resume. College students lack experience in making resumes, so teachers helped improve their resumes and highlight their personal strengths, which can make their resumes more eye-catching and attract more companies’ attention. "

  The survey shows that to better promote the employment of graduates, 53.1% of the respondents expect to improve the internship training of school students and enhance their ability to find jobs. 52.1% of the respondents hope to provide travel and accommodation subsidies for graduates to find jobs in other places.

  "When I went to Shanghai to look for a job, I stayed with relatives temporarily. If I went to a city I was unfamiliar with, I had to stay in a hotel. For graduates, the cost is relatively high." Xu Ying noticed that some cities now provide accommodation for Short-term accommodation is provided for graduates looking for work in other places, but many people do not know the relevant information and application methods. More publicity is needed, such as posting relevant videos on short video platforms to introduce the accommodation application process in an easy-to-understand manner, so that more graduates can benefit.

"I hope it can be promoted and popularized in more cities. This is also a plus point for graduates when choosing a city."

  In the survey, 48.9% of the respondents looked forward to strengthening school-enterprise cooperation and broadening job search channels, and 45.0% of the respondents hoped that colleges and universities would adjust their professional settings according to the dynamics of social development.

Others include: providing more positions for fresh graduates (37.0%), the school providing written interview guidance for graduates (36.9%), popularizing knowledge on labor contracts and social security (35.6%), and providing colleges and universities with opportunities for those who have not been employed within two years of leaving school. Graduates develop internship positions (30.7%).

  Facing the lack of job competitiveness, Huang Yuwei hopes to find an internship first to accumulate work experience.

But she found that many companies require interns to have internship experience.

However, the reason why people look for internships is to enrich their work experience, which creates conflicts and makes it more difficult to find internships.

"You may have to look for an internship in your sophomore or junior year, preferably one that matches your job search goals. In addition, I hope the school will put employment guidance courses in front of you, for example, in your junior year, and try to develop as many employment courses as possible that are close to actual work. "

  Zhang Yuchen hopes that the school can provide students with guidance on signing contracts, teach students to identify "pitfalls" in contracts, and help students avoid detours as much as possible.

  Among the respondents in this survey, 0.8% have junior high school education or below, 5.6% have high school, vocational high school, or technical secondary school education, 17.1% have junior college or higher vocational education, 67.7% have bachelor's degrees, 7.9% have master's degrees, and doctoral students have 0.9%.

  China Youth Daily·China Youth Daily reporter Wang Zhiwei Bai Yang Source: China Youth Daily