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Q: Does anyone have the unemployment rate in Beijing in the last 5 to 7 years? (Source included please)

Does anyone have the information about the unemployment rate in Beijing in the last 5 to 7 years?

If you find the information, can you indicate the source as well because I have to do a report about the Beijing labor force.

Thanks a lot!

6 years 39 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Beijing

 
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True and accurate statistics for such a question are generally considered a state secret in the PRC.    If one were to simply check the Internet using BAIDU then one might find unemployment figures given anywhere from 2.1% to 4.1% or even 6.5%, depending upon whom and when and where.

 

I know that this does not answer your question but I can only say again how rarified it would be to come across such information on the Net.

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