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Welcome to GradLink China’s news section, a continuously moving newsreel of the latest happenings in the country’s graduate jobs market, including which China-based employers/sectors are recruiting, and which occupations are experiencing the best salary increases. Our events listing includes the latest careers conferences, fairs, exhibitions etc.of interest to students and graduates from China.

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5 reasons to incorporate flexible working at your company

Here at GradLink, we’ve noticed an increase in flexible working reports in the news. They range from job sharing and compressed hours, to working from home and flexitime. It’s clear that there is a correlation between these schemes and staff retention if you can find the right solution for your workplace. If you haven’t incorporated flexible working into your policies yet, here are six reasons to do just that…

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By David Gee Published: August 24, 2017

What′s more important for employers - attitude or aptitude?

What is more important, attitude or aptitude? It’s a question that many hiring professionals will have asked themselves when confronted with a candidate who, while lacking in experience, has an attitude that makes them stand out. This could be a big, friendly smile, an amicable demeanour, a charming personality or a certain je ne se quoi about them that shouts “hire me!”

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By David Gee
Published: June 05, 2017

Chinese companies invest in branding to attract top graduate talent

Many brands have been slow to adopt employer branding as a tactic for attracting top graduate talent. But, as new research by global recruiting specialist Michael Page shows, employers in China seem to be at the forefront when it comes to investing in this area.

 

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By David Gee
Published: March 23, 2017

Hong Kong graduates still prefer traditional banks to fintechs

There is reluctance among millennials in Hong Kong to join financial technology (fintech) companies, the South China Morning Post reported recently. Instead, they continue to opt for traditional banking roles. This is in spite of experts claiming that graduate roles available in banks have fallen and those that are available do not live up to millennials’ expectations.

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By David Gee
Published: October 07, 2016

2017校园招聘汇总表

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By Gradlink
Published: October 07, 2016

How to stand out in China′s graduate job market

With over 7 million new graduates emerging in China every year, standing out in a crowded job market has never been so challenging. But China is changing – as the economy improves, new industries emerge and new opportunities arise. Sure, the competition may be fierce, but you have something other applicants don’t – a UK university education.

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By David Gee
Published: September 22, 2016