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Hainan to launch major recruitment fair in Beijing

By Ma Zhiping in Haikou | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2018-11-07 20:29
Night view of Sanya bay in Hainan province. [Photo/VCG]

South China's Hainan province plans to recruit 7,471 people for jobs in 371 government agencies, institutions and companies at a recruitment fair in Beijing on Saturday, the latest move to gather urgently needed talent resources to help spur the tropical island's transformation into a free trade zone.

The fair also will feature 300 posts for public servants and 100 posts for university graduates who have worked at grassroot units around the country for at least two years, said officials at a press conference in Haikou, capital of  Hainan on Wednesday.

The new talents will help serve key sectors or projects in the fields of pharmaceuticals, internet technology, ocean economy and tourism, according to the press conference.

The fair will be jointly organized by the Hainan Provincial People's Government, the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security and will be staged at Zhongguancun State Self-dependent Innovation Demonstration Area in Beijing.

Hainan announced a recruitment action plan on May 13 aimed at finding 1 million talented workers by 2025. The plan is seen as key to implementing central government directives to provide a welcoming environment for individuals who can contribute to making Hainan an international FTZ.

To counter its shortage of talent, Hainan has introduced a series of policies, such as offering free housing and providing rent subsidies, to attract domestic and international workers.

The central government voiced its support for developing Hainan into a pilot international FTZ and exploring the construction of a free trade port with Chinese characteristics at a gathering on April 13 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the island becoming a province and a special economic zone.

Information on the new jobs is now available at http://www.contacthainan.gov.cn/, http://www.zp0898.com and http://www.hainandj.com.

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