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Policies for job creation in China

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Migrant
Migrant going out
Urban Employment by Ownership
Million
People working in urban areas
Others: Share holding, Limited corporation, joint owned, collective
Employment Structure (%)
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Primary Industry
Secondary Industry
Tertiary Industry
Unemployment Rate
• Urban Registered unemployment rate is around
4% for many years.
• Survey unemployment rate in urban area is about
8-10%
• Rural unemployment is believed much higher • No official data available for real unemployment
Population by Education
Total labor force growth was 115 millions from 2000 to 2010, among which 33 million with college degrees.
Senior Middle School College and Higher
Million
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99 46
2000
2010
Sources: According to the fifth and the sixth Population Census (2000, 2010)
Job Creation Policies
Active employment policies were set in 2002. Adjustment in 2005 and 2008. “Employment Promotion Law” was issued in 2008. Promotion of employment as a strategic development goal
• Framework of the policy • Policy for migrant workers
• Policy for college graduates
Policy Framework
Job Creation Subsidy and incentives Employment services
• Small & Medium firms • Public projects • Business startups • Self-employed • Governmentpurchasing jobs
• Wage subsidy to employers • Microcredit guarantees • Tax incentives • Social insurance subsidy
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Title Policies for job creation in China
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Feng, Jin

Publisher

[China]:Fudan University

Date 2013-06
Pages 22
Subject Country China(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Employment
Holding KDI School