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JOB-HOPPING GENERATION

By Xu Haoyu | China Daily | Updated: 2018-03-14 07:48

Young people born after 1990 grew up in an era of relative affluence, and change employers frequently for individual goals. Xu Haoyu reports.

Job-hopping is now a buzzword for young Chinese - those in their 20s, in particular, change jobs more frequently than previous generations.

More than 60 percent of the post-1990 generation stayed in their first job for less than a year after graduating from university, and, among them, 38 percent changed jobs in less than six months, according to a news report by the China Youth Daily in late 2017.

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