Ageism could have potentially serious economic consequences for China as its population gets older. Photo: Xinhua
Ageism could have potentially serious economic consequences for China as its population gets older. Photo: Xinhua
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China’s looming population crisis throws the spotlight on workplace age discrimination

  • Age discrimination in China’s workforce could have potentially serious economic consequences as the population gets older and the workforce shrinks
  • Workplace ageism in China, which is not illegal, usually starts around 35 years old and has the potential to make gender discrimination even worse

Ageism could have potentially serious economic consequences for China as its population gets older. Photo: Xinhua
Ageism could have potentially serious economic consequences for China as its population gets older. Photo: Xinhua
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