Grim employment becomes a new style of job search
2009 is the most severe year of employment in history. Employment has become the focus of public opinion. University students who are about to step out of campus and enter society in 2009 are destined to become the most lonely and desolate dancers on the employment stage.
How to help these hopeful talents get out of the misunderstanding of employment and find a vast world where they can flex their muscles has become the common responsibility of all sectors of society.
When the halo becomes yoke 8%!
This is the result of a survey released by the Education Department of Shandong Province in April this year. According to statistics, as of April of this year, the employment contract rate of fresh graduates in Shandong Province accounted for only 8%, a decrease of more than 50% from the same period last year.
If the cold numbers do not fully describe the pressure of college students’ employment, the major job fairs across the country have repeatedly caused traffic disruptions due to excessive participation and congested job seekers, and even squeezed. The news of stomping accidents has increasingly made peopleIntuitively recognize the billowing smoke on the employment battlefield.
The fertility peak that began in the early 1980s, the expansion of colleges and universities in the late 1990s, and the sudden global economic crisis in 2008 . But college students have long lost their halo, but the word “employment” is heavyA lot of people expected.
”In fact, the employment environment is not as bad as people think. Graduates’ self-positioning is fuzzy and career planning is chaotic, which in fact exacerbates the difficult situation of employment.”
Senior human resources expert, Zhang Yingning of China Talent Network said to the current employment goals: From the perspective of human resource market demand, the “cold winter in the workplace” has passed the coldest stage.
Beginning in February this year, the talent demand index of 19 industries across the country has begun to pick up, and the overall demand is even slightly higher than the same period last year.
Zhang Yongning believes that the graduates’ job search direction is too narrow, and the scope of job search is too single, which has increased excessive employment pressure for themselves.
“From the statistics of the China Talent Network, the demand for personnel in the primary industry, including agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, and fishery, is very strong, and the demand for talents in non-profit organizations has also increased compared with the previous period. However, graduates who really choose these industries andnot much.
The status of college students has even become an obstacle to many graduates’ job search, and has become an invisible shackle. ”
In order to cope with the difficult employment problem in the new century, the government agencies have frequently formulated and promulgated various policies to promote employment, creating many convenient conditions for college students to enter the grassroots.
A few days ago, the Hubei Provincial Department of Education issued the “Hubei Provincial Employment Promotion Policy Announcement”, which announced a total of 23 employment policies, including the employment of grassroots for more than two years to enjoy civil service exam points, and tuition compensation.Policies such as self-employment and loans can encourage college students to bravely move to the grassroots.
The successive introduction of related policies has, to some extent, reversed the situation where employment of college students has been concentrated in large and medium-sized cities for a long time, and the overall cultural quality of grassroots staff has improved.
According to the relevant person in charge of the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Human Resources and Social Security, it is planned to recruit 1,600 village officials in 2009, and a total of 19,463 eligible graduates will apply, with an admission ratio of 12: 1, much more than the previous 6: 1.
Among the applicants, there were 50 doctoral students and 2745 master’s students. Their educational level was higher than those of previous applicants. Therefore, in 2009, they were also dubbed as the “first year of the second generation of knowledge youths going to the countryside”.
More and more college students are going to the countryside. Not only have they found career space for many graduates who are worried about employment issues, but they have also provided fresh blood for grass-roots organizations. This group of college students “first movers” also shoulders the burden of learning for the upcoming students.The important task of younger girls to improve the employment environment at the grassroots level.
The “going to the countryside”, which has become so popular in 2009, may become the beginning of a virtuous circle of employment.
”Next” is a strategy. “A lot of college students send hundreds of cover letters every day, and they constantly travel to major job fairs, thinking that this is the attitude of actively seeking work.
In fact, this purposeless, unstrategized job search job not only has a low success rate, but also causes a great blow to the self-confidence of job seekers.
“Senior human resources expert, Zhang Yingning of China Talent Network pointed out that active employment is not just about actively contacting and contacting enterprises. It is more important to always pay attention to relevant national policies and look for policies that are consistent with your future career plan.Articles, as well as international industries that actively promote development, certain new energy sources, and infrastructure construction.
For many college students, especially those who grow up in cities, grass-roots work will face many unexpected difficulties, but in fiercely competitive cities, grass-roots students will have more room for growth and exercise opportunities.
Working environment and income level are the reasons why many graduates are reluctant to choose grassroots work.
However, for college students who have just graduated and have no work experience, it is most important to be able to gain something from their work and grow.
There is no doubt that the successful cases of university student village officials are frequently exposed. Encouraged by national policies, the income competitiveness of grassroots work and the support platform are broader. Coupled with a series of favorable policies, it is easier for lower grassroots college students to obtain enoughRoom for improvement.
”This caused them to regain their growth, just like those salmon fish bravely breaking into the sea.” Zhang Yingning described the graduate’s “going to the countryside” using the metaphor of salmon: salmon was born in fresh water. Due to limited living space, manyRelatively small in size, the newly born salmon was forced to leave the familiar river and into the sea.
As the sea has more abundant food and a wider space, these salmon will grow larger and stronger.
For graduates, grassroots work is a “blue ocean” full of vitality and challenges. As long as you seize the opportunity, “down” is not a performance that evades reality, but a positive career strategy. The next step may beLet your career be broad.