More than 20,000 medical and health posts have become popular in paediatrics, nursing, anesthesia and other scarce specialties.
Xinhua News Agency, Guangzhou, 16 Nov (Reporter Xiao Si Si) the reporter learned from the 22nd National Pharmaceutical and Health Industry Job Fair held in Guangzhou on the 16th that more than 20,000 jobs were "vacant." Paediatrics, nursing, anesthesia, medical imaging, medical examination and other shortage of professional recruitment has become a hot spot.
The job fair is sponsored by the Talent Exchange Service Center of the National Health Commission and the Guangdong Provincial Health and Health Commission. According to Zhang Junhua, director of the National Health Commission Talent Exchange Service Center and secretary of the Party Committee, in 2019, The Talent Exchange Service Center of the National Health Commission revolves around major national development strategies, such as the coordinated development of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei, the development of the Yangtze River Economic Belt, and the construction of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area. To give full play to the professional role of human resources service organizations in the national health and health industry in promoting the employment, mobility and optimal allocation of talents in the industry, The 22nd National recruitment Fair for Medical and Health Professionals will be held in Hangzhou, Guangzhou and Tianjin on November 10, 16 and December 7, 2019, jointly with Zhejiang, Guangdong, Tianjin and other provinces (cities). That is, the "Yangtze River Delta region", "South China region" and "Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region" special recruitment activities to build a talent exchange platform.
In Guangzhou, the job fair attracted more than 400 industry units from all levels of medical institutions and pharmaceutical enterprises from all over the country, including more than 240 exhibitors in Guangdong Province and more than 160 exhibitors in other parts of the country. Recruitment positions include clinicians, pharmacists, medical technology, nursing, traditional Chinese medicine, medical imaging, medical examination, anesthesia, pediatrics and so on. Among them, paediatrics, nursing, anesthesia, medical imaging, medical examination and other shortage of professional recruitment has become a hot spot.
According to statistics, 39.6 percent of the job seekers recruited on the spot had a college degree, 32.3 percent had a bachelor's degree, and 28.1 percent had a master's degree or above. There is no shortage of job seekers from the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Australia, Japan, South Korea and other relevant medical college graduates. At the scene, the exhibitors received more than 20,000 resumes of job seekers, and some of the units were fully recruited.
Huang Fei, deputy director of the Guangdong Provincial Health and Health Commission, said that during the job fair, 30 high-level hospitals in Guangdong provided more than 4000 jobs, 190 county-level hospitals provided more than 3500 jobs, and 47 upgraded central health centers provided nearly 700 urgently needed jobs.