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China’s ‘difficult’ job market to be inundated with 15 million new urban applicants this year

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]About 15 million urban workers, including a record-high 9.09 million university graduates, will enter China’s job market this year, exerting greater employment pressure on the world’s second-largest economy.Zhang Jinan, minister of human resources and social security, said this year’s employment situation is rife with challenges, as there are still “quite a few uncertainties and instabilities” in the economy.Structural obstacles remain prominent in the job market, with hardships faced by both…

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About 15 million urban workers, including a record-high 9.09 million university graduates, will enter China’s job market this year, exerting greater employment pressure on the world’s second-largest economy.Zhang Jinan, minister of human resources and social security, said this year’s employment situation is rife with challenges, as there are still “quite a few uncertainties and instabilities” in the economy.Structural obstacles remain prominent in the job market, with hardships faced by both…

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