4th Job Fair for Chinese-funded Enterprises in Brazil Held in Sao Paulo

[Source]    chinanews.com [Time]    2019-11-29 17:56:22 
 


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On November 24th, the 4th Job Fair for Chinese-funded Enterprises in Brazil was held at Latin America Memorial in Sao Paulo. More than 500 Brazilian talents, children of overseas Chinese in Brazil came to compete for over 150 jobs provided by 13 Chinese-funded enterprises, such as Chint Electric, Xuzhou Construction Machinery Group (XCMG), Huawei, NetEase Yeation and China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN).


A job seeker who was sat on the wheelchair at the interview

This job fair was jointly held by the Confucius Institute at São Paulo State University, Assocacao Brasileira De Empresas Chinesas (ABEC), IESTCONSULTORIA EMPRESARIAL LTDA (IEST) and Grupo de Líderes Empresariais (LIDE).

It was held for the first time in Latin America Memorial, a famous landmark in Brazil, which has greater influence than previous ones, said by Tian Bin, a partner of IEST. The job fair was spacious and supporting facilities were well-equipped, which provide a good environment and thoughtful service for Chinese-funded enterprises and interviewees. More than 2,200 people registered online for the job fair, and over 500 people attended the interview that day. The candidates came from across the country. They were not only from Brazil, but also from many Chinese Brazilian families. Most of them have got bachelor’s degree and some others are certificate holders of master’s and doctor’s degrees.


An interviewing room on the job fair for Chinese-funded enterprises in Brazil.

In recent years, with the continuous deepening of friendships between China and Brazil, more and more Chinese-funded enterprises have been starting investments and businesses in Brazil, said by Zhang Xin, Chief Delegate of Representative Office in Brazil of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) and Secretary-General of ABEC. As Chinese-funded enterprises are developing in Brazil, they not only move forward the economic and trade cooperation in both countries, but also offer job opportunities to Brazilian.


An interviewing room on the Brazil Branch of CGN

CGN planned to recruit 4 entrants, but there were 16 interviewees coming to compete for the jobs; the job fair established a good platform for Chinese-funded enterprises in Brazil and the local talents to communicate, said by Ye Qing, Cultural Manager of the Brazil Branch of CGN. “We wish to continue holdingthe job fair for the benefit of Chinese-funded enterprises and job seekers, further promoting Brazilian enthusiasm about Chinese culture.”

Carlos, who was a graduate from UNESP, wanted to get a sales job of Huawei’s Brazil Branch. “I’ve heard Huawei before, it is a global Chinese telecommunications giant and my biggest dream is to work at Huawei,” he told China News Service.

(Story and photo by Mo Chengxiong, China News Service, Sao Paulo, November 25th)

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