The Enlightenment of Promoting College Students’ Grassroots Employment Policy in Foreign Country to the University Student Village Official in China

Xiangjun YI

Abstract


The policy of college-graduate village official is a national strategic measure that is drafted according to the special situation of the lacking of talents in the new rural construction. Its goal is to guide and encourage college graduates to the grassroots service, cultivate the backbone for the new rural construction, and transport outstanding talents for the party and government cadres and all walks of life. Given that the college-graduate village official policy also have some problems in the development process, this paper intends to analyze and summarize the measures concerning some foreign countries on promoting grassroots employment of college students, to explore and draw lessons from the beneficial experience and enlightenment for college-graduate village official policy, so as to promote the continuous improvement and development of college student village official policy.


Keywords


college students’ employment in grass-roots units; college-graduate village official; enlightenment

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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