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Competition for jobs eases in Shanghai: recruiter
29th September 2020

 This autumn, Shanghai's labor market competition index has dropped significantly, new industry data show.

The city records a job market competition index of 50.5, ranking 4th across the country and down two spots compared with last quarter, online recruitment firm said.
Livelihoods and the social economy are recovering in Shanghai during the third quarter, and talent demand in the job market has expanded, according to the recruiter.
Among the top five local industries, the competition in the computer software industry is still the toughest, followed by Internet/e-commerce, fund/securities/futures/investment, IT service and real estate.
Office workers earn an average salary of 11,226 yuan (US$1,645) per month; slightly higher than in the previous quarter, and still the second highest in 38 major cities in China.
Positions with an average monthly salary of more than 8,000 yuan account for 57.3 percent of total positions, roughly the same as the second quarter, adds.
Specifically, the trust/guarantee/auction/pawn industry is still the highest-paying field, followed by professional services/consulting and fund/securities/futures/investment.
Source: Shanghai Daily, September 29, 2020
Pledge for closer ties at China Internet Media Forum
28th September 2020

 Government bodies, major media outlets and digital platforms have pledged to forge closer ties, actively embrace new changes in the market, and gain a stronghold of information communication in a complex media environment.

Shanghai Party Chief Li Qiang hoped different parties will contribute their input and continue to support Shanghai, and contribute to China's reform and opening-up efforts.
Online media have demonstrated their ability and actively voiced messages in stabilizing social status in bringing together people's hearts during the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, he told the opening ceremony of the China Internet Media Forum on Sunday.
"They should continue to give full play to their advantages in information, talent, technology, platforms and other resources to drive further media convergence," Li added.
Director of the Cyberspace Administration of China, Zhuang Rongwen, urged online media publishers to shoulder responsibility, explore new means and to tell better stories that are suitable for online distribution.
Technology has been driving the new media content upgrade for two or three years said Qiu Xin, president and party secretary of Shanghai United Media Group.
Media outlets shall not blindly pursue every technology upgrade but shall focus on those that are most suitable for the specific needs of news publishing and content production.
At the next stage, media outlets shall better use technology to produce more content, for example those with standard formats like listed companies' financial earnings releases.
He also reiterated that media outlets shall remain cautious about early stage technology development, and shall seek convergence based on the special features of news and media content publishing.
It should also focus on the actual benefits, instead of just playing with concepts and buzzwords.
Baidu Chairman and CEO Robin Li said artificial intelligence not only shaped media industry chain but also gave rise to new media formats.
There's still huge growth potential for a wide range of areas where AI converges with news media coverage, he noted.
"As algorithms are having an increasingly bigger influence toward online information distribution, tech companies and digital platforms should bear a greater responsibility to actively learn consumers' higher demands instead of simply pursing their basic instincts for the sake of more clicks," he said.
Traditional and digital media publishers have been at the forefront of the industry shift brought by AI and new technologies, and the combination of new media and AI will be a big trend amid the integration of different types of media formats, he noted.
Online media has also played a crucial role in offering information during the coronavirus crisis and the latest information about health-care protocols.
Major online portals and social platforms like Tencent, Baidu and Sina have set up special pages to offer real-time updates on the fight against the pandemic.
Sun Yusheng, a member of the editorial committee at the China Media Group, the parent group of China Central Television Station, China National Radio and China Radio International, noted that new media coverage and on-site live-streaming coverage have been providing important news material for TV stations and overseas media amid the pandemic outbreak.
Authorative news coverage still holds an important position, and TV stations should actively embrace new media trends and answer to new challenges, he noted.
The general offices of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and the State Council on Saturday released a guideline to further beef up the country's media convergence, calling for the integration of new media and traditional media formats in terms of mechanism, policy actions, management procedures and talent.
The document calls for assembling more quality content, advanced technologies, professional talent and funds to internet platforms and mobile terminals.
It also stresses the need to better use 5G, big data and artificial intelligence, among others.
Tencent Chief Operation Officer Ren Yuxin also pledged to better use digital tools to offer more high quality content for cultural and entertainment demands.
New digital tools like blockchain have been used to bring together individual charitable donations for larger philanthropic deeds.
Liu Changle, chairman and Executive President of Phoenix TV, also said that media still holds a crucial role to link common human feelings and also as an alarm for potential risks in times of uncertainty.
Source: Shanghai Daily, Septemebr 28, 2020
Xi urges better use of Internet to heed people's views
25th September 2020


Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged the better use of the Internet to heed people's views and pool their wisdom.
Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, recently gave an instruction on the work of soliciting public views and suggestions online to formulate the country's 14th Five-Year Plan for economic and social development.
This marks the first time in the history of China's Five-Year-Plan formulation that public opinion has been sought online, Xi noted.
The move saw significant involvement from the people and garnered a great number of constructive opinions and suggestions on a wide range of topics, which clearly showed the people's new aspiration for a better life, he said.
Xi urged relevant departments to sort through and absorb these comments in a timely and earnest manner.
"Achieving the people's aspiration for a better life is our goal, and the confidence and support of the people are the forces that move our country forward," he said.
Xi said the experience gained from seeking public comments online should be reviewed to ensure the Internet is used better in future work to hear people's voices and pool their wisdom.
The campaign to seek public input online for drafting the 14th Five-Year Plan for the 2021-2025 period was conducted from August 16 to 29. It received over 1 million opinions and suggestions from Internet users.
Source: Shanghai Daily, September 25, 2020
Chinese mainland reports 7 new COVID-19 cases, all imported
24th September 2020

 No new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases were reported on Wednesday across the Chinese mainland, the National Health Commission said on Thursday.

Meanwhile, seven confirmed COVID-19 cases arriving from outside the mainland were reported, the commission said in its daily report.
No new suspected COVID-19 cases or new deaths related to the disease were reported, the commission said.
On Wednesday, eight COVID-19 patients were discharged from hospitals after recovery on the Chinese mainland.
By the end of Wednesday, a total of 2,765 imported cases had been reported on the mainland. Of them, 2,598 had been discharged from hospitals after recovery, and 167 remained hospitalized, with three in severe condition. No deaths from the imported cases had been reported.
As of Wednesday, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases on the mainland had reached 85,314, including the 167 patients still being treated.
Altogether 80,513 patients had been discharged after recovery, and 4,634 had died of the disease on the mainland, the commission said.
There was no suspected COVID-19 case on the mainland, while 6,865 close contacts were still under medical observation after 583 were discharged Wednesday, according to the commission.
Source: Shanghai Daily, Septemeber 24, 2020

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