China to further ensure stable employment

Xinhua
China's employment situation has maintained overall stability this year with the newly-added urban jobs meeting the annual target ahead of schedule.
Xinhua

China will continue to support flexible employment, improve the disabled persons' employment security fund system and use legal means to tackle wage defaults in a move to further ensure stable employment.

China's employment situation has maintained overall stability this year with the newly-added urban jobs meeting the annual target ahead of schedule, according to a statement released after a State Council executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday.

The meeting urged more efforts to implement an employment-first policy and further improve measures to boost employment. 

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