Why China needs to spend more on welfare
The challenge facing the next generation of the Chinese leadership is steering the nation as it moves from an export and investment driven economy to a more sustainable consumption-driven economy.
What is China's Unemployment Rate? - Marginal REVOLUTION
What is China’s Unemployment Rate? 4.1% For what month, what year? Doesn’t matter the answer is still 4.1%. That’s a slight exaggeration but for the last 3 years the unemployment rate has been 4.1% almost every month. Indeed, since 2002 the official unemployment rate has varied between 3.9% and 4.3%, an absurdly smooth series. In contrast to …
China Unemployment Rate - China Economy Forecast & Outlook
Updated data, charts and expert forecasts on China Unemployment. Get access to historical data and projections for Chinese Joblessness.
News in Charts: China’s hidden unemployment problem | Lipper Alpha Insight | Refinitiv
We have long doubted China’s official GDP data. Now we turn our attention to China’s labour market data. Over the past ten years or so, the headline unemployment rate has
China Urban Survey Unemployed Rate | 2002-2020 Data | 2021-2022 Forecast | Historical
Unemployment Rate in China decreased to 5.60 percent in August from 5.70 percent in July of 2020. Unemployment Rate in China averaged 4.49 percent from 2002 until 2020, reaching an all time high of 6.20 percent in February of 2020 and a record low of 3.90 percent in September of 2002. This page provides - China Unemployment Rate - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.
China: from surplus labour and unemployment risk, to labour shortages in a decade
there is a potentially large pool of labour in the secondary or industrial and construction sector that could add to surplus labour and unemployment in the next few years.
Changing Trends and Future Challenges Facing China's Employment Situation
Since urban unemployment registration only covers urban residents with local hukou , that the urban registered unemployment rate is identical to the urban natural unemployment rate implies that while local residents in urban areas are subjected to structural and frictional unemployment, migrant workers alone suffer from cyclical unemployment risk.
China Outpaces India for Women in the Workforce
China leads India in women's participation in their workforce, according to Gallup surveys. Seven in 10 Chinese women are either employed or seeking employment vs. one in four Indian women.
Fresh Graduates face Unemployment
The difficulties young Chinese university graduates have had in finding a job over the past few months have been making the headlines in the media and causing concern throughout society. Education professionals in China have all had something to say about it. A good number of them, referring to the current phase of social transition in China, have come out in favour of the mass education programme that has been practised in recent years in Chinese universities. Others , have raised doubts…