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Premier Li Keqiang of the State Council visited Qujing city and Kunming city in Southwest China's Yunnan province recently.
Li listened keenly to a report about the employment, and the entrepreneurship and innovation of graduates at Yunnan University, or YNU – based in Kunming, capital of Southwest China's Yunnan province – on May 18.
Li listens to a report from the president of Yunnan University on the university's employment situation. [Photo/ynu.edu.cn]
The Primer Minister is particularly concerned about the employment of graduates and he inquired about the work and study conditions of teachers and students at YNU.
At Yunnan University, Li encouraged students taking part in a job fair to put what they have learned to good use – remarking that finding jobs not only created wealth for their families but also put their academic skills to a good test.
The nation is set to see an historic high of 10.76 million college graduates entering the job market in the current year and Li has called for more job promotion measures and services to help them find work.
Li bids farewell to teachers and students. [Photo/ynu.edu.cn]
The Primer's concern and ardent hopes were understood to have inspired both teachers and students at the university. The institution is poised to contribute to the construction of a dynamic country in terms of its higher education and the realization of the Chinese dream.