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Hundreds of overseas returnees hunt for jobs in Beijing

(People's Daily Overseas Edition)

11:00, August 15, 2011

Edited and Translated by Ye Xin, People's Daily

The second job fair for overseas returnees was held in Beijing on Aug. 13 and attracted hundreds of overseas returnees to hunt for jobs.

Nearly 100 enterprises and public institutions provided more than 300 jobs and more than 500 positions for these overseas returnees.

It is reported that those employing units participating in this job fair cover various industries, including media, education and research, consultancy, biomedicine, financial investment, trade, information service and so on.

In addition, talents who major in medium-to-high-end management and scientific research were in great demand in this job fairs.

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helen at 2011-08-15175.142.218.*
In fact it is hoped that many Chinese studying overseas in subjects like marketing, commerce and many non-science fields to remain in countries where they are located. China already had about 6 million graduates each year and it is impossible to absorb these returnees with very high expectations.They should remain overseas and help to populate these foreign countries with more Chinese. My advice to them: You are not expected to come back to China unless you are a scientist of certain aptitudes. Stay where you are now in foreign countries. It is better for you and China! But then again, you are unlikely to be gainfully employed in Western countries - that is your problem.China needs to send out more and more Chinese to the World of nations - especially the West to multiculturise them.
  

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