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

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

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