. BEIJING, March 20 (Xinhua) - China launched a large market for online work on Friday, which will last until the end of June and provide around 10 million job vacancies

on the first day, about 950,000 companies arrived with about 5.7 million jobs, said the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, the initiator of the job fair <. p style = "margin: 0px 3px 15px"> The job fair has launched a lateral multi-trading platform in unified online national levels to improve the efficiency of matching supply and demand in the labor market, he said Ministry <. p style = "margin: 0px 3px 15px"> to better serve the different groups, the job fair has recruitment sessions for college graduates, migrant workers, the urban unemployed and disadvantaged

as for the regions, but also provides recruitment sessions for the region of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei, the delta of the Yangtze river, the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Mac or greater Bay area 52 counties affected by poverty and Hubei province, which was heavily affected by the new epidemic coronavirus .

Every week, the labor market recruitment sessions based on industry will be implemented. In the first week, you will have four sessions recruitment for medical care and health, medical, logistics and distribution materials and domestic services, focusing on the needs of prevention of epidemics and the resumption of production.

Meanwhile, the online job fair also provides vocational guidance and training. Job seekers can find more information at two portals of the fair: http://job.mohrss.gov.cn and http://newjobs.com.cn. End

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