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As China’s population ages, the world’s factory struggles to recruit young migrant workers

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]This is the third in a series of stories on China’s job market, looking at its history, the role of migrant workers, inequality and the future for its graduates entering the workforce.After riding out the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic, Chinese factory owner Cai Zhongpeng is turning his attention to another, arguably more dangerous long-term threat: a shortage of workers.The 37-year-old businessman, who makes infrared heating bulbs for livestock, is one of scores of small manufacturers dotted…

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This is the third in a series of stories on China’s job market, looking at its history, the role of migrant workers, inequality and the future for its graduates entering the workforce.After riding out the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic, Chinese factory owner Cai Zhongpeng is turning his attention to another, arguably more dangerous long-term threat: a shortage of workers.The 37-year-old businessman, who makes infrared heating bulbs for livestock, is one of scores of small manufacturers dotted…

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