Students shield themselves from the sun as they line up at a job fair at a Guangzhou university last week. There are signs that China’s jobs market is weakening. Photo: Reuters
Students shield themselves from the sun as they line up at a job fair at a Guangzhou university last week. There are signs that China’s jobs market is weakening. Photo: Reuters

China takes steps to support jobs as trade war starts to hit employment

  • Cabinet unveils measures including unemployment insurance refunds for firms that do not lay off staff and subsidies for all jobless young people aged 16 to 24

Students shield themselves from the sun as they line up at a job fair at a Guangzhou university last week. There are signs that China’s jobs market is weakening. Photo: Reuters
Students shield themselves from the sun as they line up at a job fair at a Guangzhou university last week. There are signs that China’s jobs market is weakening. Photo: Reuters
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