Sunday, 21st, 2019 | 12:39PM Updated

Where's Wally? A scene at the job fair held for 2016 college graduates at the University of Harbin in Heilongjiang Province on March 29.
More Graduating Students Project Positivity in Getting Hired: Survey

Workers prepare socks at a facility in Shanghai. China's manufacturing sector is being hit hard by the country's aging population.
China’s Workforce Crisis Forcing Global Brands to Pack Up

Although a specific date has yet to be set for the full relaxation of the rule, observers note that changes are likely to come soon.
End of One-child Policy May Reinvigorate Socioeconomic Development

According to data, the total Chinese population reached 1.37 billion by the end of 2014. Projections estimate that it will decline to 1.3 billion in 2050.
China's Population to Peak in 2025

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Chinese companies are still experiencing talent shortage, according to a recent survey.
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Ma is said to have expressed concerns that the e-commerce giant is growing
Jack Ma to Set Cap on Alibaba’s Workforce

Employees processing orders on Tmall.
Survey: Chinese Workers Want Work-Life Balance, Higher Pay

Workers can take three steps to avoid making their email inbox their first priority at work.
China Mulls Over Four-Day Workweek

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