Since the beginning of this year, Guiyang, capital of Southwest China's Guizhou province, has been making all-out efforts to entice more college and university graduates to find jobs there, according to the Guiyang municipal bureau of human resources and social security.
So far, Guiyang has collected and released 159,400 jobs suitable for graduates.
City leaders have invited the secretaries and presidents of 71 colleges and universities in Guizhou to visit 315 enterprises, providing 12,600 jobs for graduates.
Guiyang has encouraged more small, micro and medium-sized enterprises and individual industrial and commercial households to provide employment opportunities and steadily expand employment positions.
At present, 40,541 enterprises and market entities are eligible for unemployment insurance and stable job rebates, involving an amount of 340 million yuan ($50.31 million).
Furthermore, 90.36 million yuan in pension, unemployment and work-related injury insurance premiums have been deferred in stages, benefiting 927 enterprises.
In addition, relying on online recruitment platforms, Guiyang has organized talent recruitment activities and carried out policy publicity activities for graduates.