National Agricultural and Rural Development Research Institute,China Agricultural University,National Agricultural and Rural Development Research Institute,Research Center for Rural Economy,Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs
Soft Science Foundation of MARA (201937); National Natural Science Foundation of China (71803094).
The revitalization of rural talents is the foundation of rural revitalization. In order to deal with the shortage of rural talents, and make sure that rural talents can play the supporting role in rural revitalization, this paper, taking Qingdao City as an example, summarized and analyzed two ways to promote rural revitalization through rural talent revitalization, which include attracting urban talents and cultivating local talents. Results show that from the perspectives of the shortage of agricultural and rural talents, relative low quality level of talents, the lack of attraction of talents in rural areas, under-optimized rural talent cultivation mechanism, and some other problems, Qingdao City adopted the following measures: increasing the number of talents and improving the talent structure through bringing in, sinking and retaining urban talents in rural areas, constructing the attraction system of urban talents and trying to retain them. At the same time, Qingdao City has built a complete system of local talent cultivation network from the aspects of discovering local talents and training and supporting local talents. In conclusion, Qingdao City has set up a mechanism of encouraging and attracting urban talents with prominent focus, comprehensive coverage and perfect measures, and has set up a mechanism of the cultivation of local talent with integration, cooperation and incentives called “the Qingdao experience”, which is enlightening and worth spreading.
曹丹丘,丁志超,高鸣. 乡村人才振兴的现实困境与路径探索——以青岛市为例[J]. 农业现代化研究, 2020, 41(2): 181-189
CAO Dan-qiu, DING zhi-chao, GAO Ming. The realistic dilemma and path exploration of the revitalization of rural talents: A case study of Qingdao[J]. Research of Agricultural Modernization, 2020, 41(2): 181-189