China Stories: Millions of China’s Migrant Workers Find Themselves Shunned in Old Age
Laborers over 50 played a key role in the country’s stunning growth over the decades, but they now face a bleak future in which they’re getting cut off from the job market with little or no unemployment support.
Please note this is an audio narration of a Caixin Global article first published on June 01, 2022.
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