China’s economic slowdown pulls more of the country’s migrant workers back to their hometowns, where incomes are lower
As China's economy slows down, some of the nation's 277 million migrant workers are returning to their rural homes, hurting their incomes. Employees of state-owned enterprises and other larger firms are also facing stagnant or lower wages, underemployment and less job security.
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Oct 21, 2016