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Ministry urges better job guidance for graduates

2008-12-06 10:00:08 GMT2008-12-06 18:00:08 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

A man tries to keep order while job-seeking students try to swarm into a job fair in Zhengzhou, capital city of central China's Henan Province December 4, 2008. The Ministry of Education has called for better employment guidance and support to college graduates, as the country's job market face big challenges amid an economic downturn. More than 6 million students will graduate next year. [CFP]

Job-seeking students from Fudan University crowd a job fair on campus in Shanghai, December 4, 2008. The Ministry of Education has called for better employment guidance and support to college graduates, as the country's job market face big challenges amid an economic downturn. More than 6 million students will graduate next year. [CFP]

Job-seeking students from Fudan University visit booths of companies at a job fair on campus in Shanghai, December 4, 2008. The Ministry of Education has called for better employment guidance and support to college graduates, as the country's job market face big challenges amid an economic downturn. More than 6 million students will graduate next year. [CFP]

Job-seeking students crowd a job fair in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province December 4, 2008. The Ministry of Education has called for better employment guidance and support to college graduates, as the country's job market face big challenges amid an economic downturn. More than 6 million students will graduate next year. [CFP]

Job-seeking students crowd a job fair in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province December 4, 2008. The Ministry of Education has called for better employment guidance and support to college graduates, as the country's job market face big challenges amid an economic downturn. More than 6 million students will graduate next year. [CFP]

A man tries to keep order while job-seeking students try to swarm into a job fair in Zhengzhou, capital city of central China's Henan Province December 4, 2008. The Ministry of Education has called for better employment guidance and support to college graduates, as the country's job market face big challenges amid an economic downturn. More than 6 million students will graduate next year.

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