Fri, February 11, 2011
China > Mainland

Time to get a job

2011-02-11 10:39:01 GMT2011-02-11 18:39:01(Beijing Time)  China Daily

A migrant worker peruses information posted on the board at a career service center in Yinchuan, Northwest China's Ningxia Hui autonomous region, Feb 10, 2011. The center received hundreds of migrant workers back from their Spring Festival holiday. [Photo/Xinhua]

Staff members from employment service stations distribute handouts introducing basic information related to jobs at Liuliqiao terminal in Beijing, Feb 10, 2011. [Photo/Xinhua]

A teahouse recruiter speaks to job hunters, most of whom are migrant workers, at a labor market in Chengdu, Southwest China's Sichuan province, Feb 10, 2011. About 3,000 migrant workers rushed to the market in search of higher wages because of price hikes. [Photo/Xinhua]

Students wait in line to enter a job fair where more than 200 companies are offering 1,000 posts, at a gym in Jinan, East China's Shandong province, Feb 11, 2010. [Photo/Xinhua]

Migrant workers wait in the rain to get job information in Shangrao, East China's Jiangxi province, Feb 10, 2011. The first job fair for migrant workers back to Wuyuan county, where 31 companies offered 6,120 job positions, attracted more than 10,000 job-hunters. [Photo/Xinhua]

A migrant worker (Right) signs a work contract at a job fair in Fuzhou, East China's Jiangxi province, Feb 10, 2011. More than 1,600 workers signed employment contracts that day. [Photo/Xinhua]

Since Feb 9, the first work day after the Spring Festival holiday, a number of services have been stationed at railway stations and major bus stations in China, to help migrant workers get information about social security and protection of their rights.

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