Journal of Chaohu University ›› 2020, Vol. 22 ›› Issue (2): 16-22.doi: 10.12152/j.issn.1672-2868.2020.02.003

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New Changes and Countermeasures for Employment of College Graduates under the Background of COVID-19

JIN Jing,School of Business Administration, Chaohu University   

  1. School of Business Administration, Chaohu University
  • Received:2020-03-10 Online:2020-03-25 Published:2020-06-14
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Abstract: Under the influence of the COVID-19 epidemic, the employment of college graduates is facing three pressures: the continuous increase of the number of graduates, the decline of social economy and the epidemic situation. In a certain period of time, the number of people losing jobs will be increasing, and the demand of the employment market for new graduates is greatly reduced compared with the same period last year. In the process of graduates’ employment, colleges and universities should actively explore a new mode of work from "offline" to "comprehensively online", change the traditional "face-to-face" centralized guidance, improve the "personalized" employment guidance rate, and pay attention to the change of "close relationship" of graduates. Facing the new changes in employment, universities should change employment guidance thinking and explore the new mode of "Internet plus employment", build a network service platform to realize the network operation of employment, pay attention to the online employment safety and improve graduates’ ability to guard, pay attention to the psychological problems in the employment process and open up new channels for network counselling, strengthen the support for key groups and improve the tracking guidance, so as to promote the steady development of graduates’ employment and guarantee the employment service for graduates.

Key words: COVID-19 epidemic, colleges and universities, employment, countermeasures

CLC Number: 

  • G647