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On behalf of Lockin China and Global University China Career Union (GUCCU), we cordially invite you and your team to be a part of the 3rd Global University Career Development Conference (GUCDC), which is scheduled to be held from 24th to 31st of March, 2018 in China.
Along with career officers from global universities, HRs from famous companies in China as well as experts on recruitment, you will have a great chance to deepen your comprehension over the China job market. At the conference, you will be able to hold wide-ranging discussions on specific topics about Chinese employers' process of recruitment and undertake an analysis of job seeking channels and situations of the career development of international students, especially Chinese returnees. As a pioneer in this field, we will develop more collaboration opportunities and provide students with not only various options of career, but also personal development.
esearches have shown that in 2017, a total of 670,000 Chinese talents who have studied or worked overseas are returning to China for career development. By 2018, proximately over 3 millions overseas talents from different countries are expected to work in a great variety of industries in China, working in different industry branches. With the rapid development of Chinese economy these last decades, an increasing number of Chinese employers are looking for Chinese returnees as well as foreign graduates wanting to settle in China. However, most of the Chinese returnees and foreign graduates lack job seeking skills and knowledge about the Chinese job market. Their understanding of Chinese enterprises is insufficient, hence Chinese returnees will have to face these obstacles in the future.
Meanwhile, Chinese returnees are facing another big challenge, which also results in difficulty of global universities: Although they spent a lot of time, money and effort on studying at overseas universities for years, it still takes them about 6 months to find a job, much longer than domestic graduates, according to a survey. Additionally, the salary and status of their first job hardly meet their satisfaction.
This phenomenon has drawn much attention of the Chinese government and society. On the one hand, it hurts the returnees’ confidence on setting off their career in China. On the other hand, parents complain that their “pain” turns out to be “no gain”. These major “sponsors” of overseas study begin to doubt whether it is still worthwhile to send their children abroad. This even has a negative influence on the enrollment number of global universities and brings the biggest stress to careers service offices they have ever faced with.
The uncertainty of career life is a real problem, which we are confident can be solved as long as Careers Service teams are well prepared an dedicated to help Chinese overseas students and foreign students who want to start a career in China.
Lockinchina.com is the first overseas elite recruitment website in China. They focus on helping Chinese companies recruit overseas graduates and experienced talents, meanwhile, helping Chinese students as well as international students with mandarin skills studying abroad seek good opportunities in China. So far, Lockin China connects with over 700 global universities and registered company users of over 20,000.