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今年国家公务员报考数据显示,在报考的140万人当中,有43.4万人报考税务部门,22.2万人报考海关部门。据《中国青年报》消息,一项对2312人的在线调查发现,95%的受访者表示税务和海关是他们最渴望的任职单位。"待遇好"(86.3%)、"权力大"(72.5%)、"社会地位高"(64.8%) 成为了税务、海关等部门受追捧的原因。






Taxation, customs-most popular jobs

Figures show that among the 1.4 million people who signed up for the state government enrollment examination this year, 430,000 desire a job in taxation administration while another 220,000 want to work in customs, the China Youth Daily reports. And in a survey of 2,312, 95 percent think customs and taxation agencies are the most desirable working places. Good salary (86.3 percent), power (72.5 percent) and high social status (64.8 percetn) are attributed reasons for the popularity of the two posts, the survey found.

Government jobs provide stability and good wages. By contrast, private companies or self-employment may be more rewards financially, but the embedded risk makes them less desired.

Migrant workers fly home free

Local trade union federations will provide some 720 migrant workers in Zhejiang free plane rides home for Spring Festival to four cities -- Chengdu, Chongqing, Xi'an and Changsha, Xinhua reported. Zhejiang provincial federation and the federations of Wenzhou and Ningbo cities paid for the flights.

Henan Province bans 100 people from driving

Henan Province permanently banned 100 drivers for hit-and-run accidents, and those drivers additionally had been filed criminal charges, Dahe Daily reports. All were male, and the total includes five foreigners. Last year Henan permanently banned 79 drivers as it sought to inflict more severe penalties for vehicular crimes.

(China.org.cn January 27, 2011)

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