China Media Group (CMG), has teamed up with the State Development and Investment Corporation (SDIC) Human Resources Service Company to launch a special national recruitment project on Wednesday, offering Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) related positions.

The project was co-initiated by CMG, China’s Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, the state-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, and the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League of China, aiming to bridge the job seekers and companies online and offline.

It will invite the heads, human resources directors and employees from the companies that have been participating in the construction of BRI countries to have on-site lectures and face-to-face guidance for fresh graduates.

Employers can also hold virtual briefing sessions for recruitment and conduct Q&As through the CMG-owned Yangshipin app – the first national-level 5G new media platform.

According to the organizer, China’s BRI has created hundreds of thousands of jobs for the related countries since 2013. The project aims to introduce more talents and provide intellectual support for the BRI construction, to promote the economic globalization and regional economic integration, and to help build a community with a shared future for mankind.

The second season of the national recruitment project, which began on December 14, 2020, has provided about 1.7 million positions from more than 18,000 companies, and accumulated a total of 3.5 billion views so far, according to Yangshipin.

Jobhunters at home can watch the employers’ presentations online, browse relevant recruitment information, as well as submit their resumes and CVs through the platform.