reporter learned from the provincial human resources and social security department was informed that in July 20th, Qinghai Province, the 2015 annual open recruitment director positions below the civil service interview work completed.
the provincial Civil Service Bureau staff, the interview work started in June 26th, a total of four batches, each batch for a period of four days, a day 7 exam. More than 3400 candidates to participate in the interview, set up a total of the examination room, the deployment of the examiner 900 passengers, staff of 720 people, eventually recruiting civil servants of the 1125 positions of the 112.
 

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