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Gender discrimination against women job seekers in China is rife, experts say, after woman questioned about love life in interview

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]How many boyfriends have you had? That is the latest question to join as the long list of sexist and stereotypical questions leveled at women looking for work in China. Last week a woman revealed on Chinese social media that when applying for a human resources job with a car service company she was asked how many romantic relationships she had been in and which was the longest.In response to the woman’s claim, the Hongqiao Car Service company in Nanchang, in Jiangxi province, said the question…

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How many boyfriends have you had? That is the latest question to join as the long list of sexist and stereotypical questions leveled at women looking for work in China. Last week a woman revealed on Chinese social media that when applying for a human resources job with a car service company she was asked how many romantic relationships she had been in and which was the longest.In response to the woman’s claim, the Hongqiao Car Service company in Nanchang, in Jiangxi province, said the question…

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