A worker moves goods at a JD.com logistics centre in Langfang, Hebei province. Photo: Reuters

JD Logistics to hire 20,000 more delivery and warehouse workers, giving priority to those below poverty line

  • Unemployment in China rose rapidly in the first two months of 2020 as the country’s economy was squeezed by the impact of the coronavirus lockdown
  • Up to March 6, 14.2 million rural migrant workers returned to work in the cities but that represented only 52 per cent of the number in normal times
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A worker moves goods at a JD.com logistics centre in Langfang, Hebei province. Photo: Reuters
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