A growing number of job ads are imposing age limits of 35, leaving many Chinese nearing middle age feeling uncertain about their future. Illustration: Perry Tse A growing number of job ads are imposing age limits of 35, leaving many Chinese nearing middle age feeling uncertain about their future. Illustration: Perry Tse
A growing number of job ads are imposing age limits of 35, leaving many Chinese nearing middle age feeling uncertain about their future. Illustration: Perry Tse
China economy

Coronavirus pandemic leaves China’s over-35s with uncertain job prospects

  • Amid a tough job market, Chinese jobseekers above age 35 are feeling increasingly insecure about their future
  • Many firms are seen as favouring young and energetic graduates in China, where age discrimination is not illegal

Topic |   China economy
A growing number of job ads are imposing age limits of 35, leaving many Chinese nearing middle age feeling uncertain about their future. Illustration: Perry Tse A growing number of job ads are imposing age limits of 35, leaving many Chinese nearing middle age feeling uncertain about their future. Illustration: Perry Tse
A growing number of job ads are imposing age limits of 35, leaving many Chinese nearing middle age feeling uncertain about their future. Illustration: Perry Tse
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