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China: jobs for young, pension for old and health for all-Special
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14:03, August 05, 2009

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College students and migrant workers are so different in a society due to their education level. However, they look the same when they are facing the labor market.

For the old age in rural areas who do not work, what they are concerned is certainly who will support their late years of life.

Bosses decide our salaries. Now we also want to say something, or even do something, to their salaries.

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http://paper.people.com.cn/rmrb/html/2009-08/05/content_313027.htm






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