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Coronavirus: China job listings tumble by 27 per cent in first quarter as economic toll of pandemic mounts

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The coronavirus outbreak is severely weakening China’s job market, with the number of new positions on offer shrinking by 27 per cent in the first quarter of the year, led by recruitment cuts among exporters and foreign enterprises, a study from China’s Peking University shows.The study, which tracked 23 million new job posts on Chinese recruitment site Zhaopin.com, is a fresh warning about China’s economic future, including its role in the global economy and prospects for young jobseekers amid…

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The coronavirus outbreak is severely weakening China’s job market, with the number of new positions on offer shrinking by 27 per cent in the first quarter of the year, led by recruitment cuts among exporters and foreign enterprises, a study from China’s Peking University shows.The study, which tracked 23 million new job posts on Chinese recruitment site Zhaopin.com, is a fresh warning about China’s economic future, including its role in the global economy and prospects for young jobseekers amid…

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