China’s job prospects look bleak due to strict Covid-19 lockdowns | DW News

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China has an unemployment problem. Almost 20 percent of young job-seekers can’t land a job, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. It’s the highest level since the data was first made public four years ago. Especially for the newly minted college graduates — the Class of 20-22 — it is struggling to enter the daunting job market.

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