Nov.8,2017-- Lulang Maker Space in Nyingchi, Tibet Autonomous Region. Photo/Zhou Wenyuan
Nov.8,2017-- Tibet has established a two-billion yuan fund to support employment and entrepreneurship for college graduates. The fund will help to provide free basic facilities, exempt taxes and offer subsidies for college graduates who start businesses.
5,012 college graduates in Tibet have started businesses or gotten employed so far in 2017, accounting for nearly one third of the total number.
Nov.8,2017-- Jiangziyinji, a live-action Tibetan drama sponsored by Shanghai. File photo.
To boost the employment of college graduates, Tibet has been adjusting the discipline structure of local colleges and vocational schools to make it more suitable for job markets.
11,066 jobs have been created for Tibetan college graduates with the support from across the country.
By: Shi Dongdong