The number of college graduates in 2022 is predicted to reach 10.76 million, an increase of 1.67 million year-on-year. On Thursday, Li Chang’an, a professor at the School of Public Administration at the University of International Business and Economics, warned the Global Times that the job situation this year will be even worse. COVID-19 continues to have an influence on employment, according to Zheng Yali, a member of the National People’s Congress (NPC) and president of Zhejiang Financial College. According to Zhang Fengbao, a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and former vice president of Tianjin University, China’s industrial transformation and technological progress are speeding up, and skill and quality requirements are gradually shifting from single to comprehensive. According to Li Xiaoxuan, schools should include career planning instruction and job assistance throughout the talent development process. Schools, according to Zheng, should start offering online courses that provide categorised job advice based on lectures and consultations. According to Qiu Licheng, another NPC deputy and professor at Yanshan University, the present job challenges that graduating students experience are also a result of the more pervasive employment discrimination. Another NPC deputy, Li Xiaoxuan, advised that schools integrate career planning instruction and job assistance throughout the talent development process.