large catering enterprises, logistics companies and crayfish-trading markets, said Gong.
A staff member confirmed the news, saying that students are in high demand.
Crayfish cooking and nutrition majors were recruited as cooks, whi
le those studying catering management and marketing were mostly recruited for m
anagement positions – positions with an average monthly salary of over 10,000 yuan.
Given the good employment prospects, the school plans to this year expand its enrollment quot
a to 200 and offer new majors, including crayfish farming, to meet the industry’s changing demands.
When established in 2017, the school sparked considerable discussion and gained the nickname “crayfish school” bec
ause it was the country’s first vocational school to train talent specializing in crayfish.