Measures and Suggestions of Advancing Urban-Rural Dual Employment System Reform of China
The formation of the urban-rural dual employment system of China has an extremely deep historical reason. The urban-rural dual employment system mainly reflects in three aspects such as the policy support dualization, the management service dualization and the employment access system dualization. In the following work, the urban-rural dual employment system of China must be reformed and perfected through some measures like establishing the equal employment access system, the perfect employment training mechanism, the unified employment service system and the effective labor guarantee mechanism so as to advance the further development of Chinese modernization.
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