China to offer 11 million jobs to citizens in 2017

By M. Grace, April 20, 2017 21:04 PM

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Employment is the top priority of the Chinese government this year.

A report claimed that the information about promoting employment within the country was approved by the State Council highlighting the essence of job creation and also encouraged policy makers to draft more pro-job regulations.

According to the document released by the State Council, employment will be placed as the top policy priority in the country. It further stated that the government should be solely responsible for decreasing or unemployment rates.

The government will be reportedly creating more than 11 million jobs this year to help reduce the 4.5 percent of urban unemployment.

It can be recalled that in 2016, 13.14 million jobs were made available in the nation and has recorder only 4.02 percent of unemployment rate.

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