China will roll out a host of measures, including encouraging self-employed businesses and supporting part-time employment,
to bolster flexible employment through multiple channels, and boost job creation and people’s income,
the State Council’s executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang decided on July 22.
The Chinese government places great importance on flexible employment.
General Secretary Xi Jinping made important instructions on multiple occasions stressing the need to provide support for flexible employment via diverse channels.
Premier Li Keqiang pointed to the important role of multiple forms of flexible employment in underpinning employment stability.
“Sustaining employment is our top priority in maintaining stability in the six key areas and enhancing protections in another six priority areas.
Flexible employment is of particular importance,” Premier Li said.
“The situation this year is particularly challenging, as the number of migrant workers staying in or returning to rural areas keeps increasing.
Income and employment are closely related.
Our people have infinite creativity. This is what makes the Chinese economy resilient.”
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