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Jobs and skills for youth: Review of policies for youth employment of China

Young Chinese face significant obstacles in their transition to the labour market, including high levels of underemployment, informality and graduate unemployment. The Chinese Government is strongly committed to addressing these issues. It recognizes that actively developing its human resources, bringing into play the full potential and value of each individual, and promoting people’s all round development is essential to China’s modernization and transformation from a human-resource-rich country to one with powerful human resources. This report has been developed to support those aims.

Sources

ILO

Country

China

Economic Groups

Developing countries

Regions

Asia - Pacific

Knowledge Products

Research papers and syntheses

Sub Knowledge Products

Report

Issues

Youth employability

Subject Tags

youth employment
School-to-work transition
labour policy
Skills and training policy

Publication Date

07/2016
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