Burnt out or jobless – meet China’s ‘full-time children’

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This time the definition includes those who haven’t found a job, or choose to continue education, learn new skills or take a gap year. No matter how hard the job market is, the paper advised people, they must “take action and work hard” – and as long as they do that, they don’t need to worry about being jobless.

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