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Reuters reveals as economy stutters, China’s youth seek safety of civil service – Reuters News Agency



Reuters shed light on how according to Chinese state media, more than 2.6 million people have signed up for the nationwide civil service exam, competing for a record 37,000 central government jobs and tens of thousands of other provincial and city government posts. Those jobs are drawing record interest this year even as cash-strapped administrations in some cities cut wages, in a sign that economic weakness in zero-COVID China is becoming endemic.


Article Tags

Topics of Interest: Economy


Type: Reuters Best

Sectors: Government & Public Services

Regions: Asia

Countries: China


Win Types: Overall Coverage

Story Types: Human Interest / Feature

Media Types: Text

Customer Impact: Significant National Story


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