China’s job vacancies grow in second quarter as labour demand bounces back from coronavirus outbreaks

Job vacancies in China grew in the second quarter of the year, although the increase was uneven across sectors and regions, reflecting the nation‘s patchy economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, a new employment survey shows.The number of jobs available per applicant increased to 2.09 between April and June, up from 1.66 in the first quarter and 1.35 in the same period last year, according to the survey conducted by the China Institute for Employment Research (CIER) at Renmin…


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