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Online Shops in China – Over 10 million jobs have been created in 2014

Over 10 million jobs have been created in 2014 by online shops in China, with over half of them run by enterprising college students, a media report said today.China

Nearly 60 per cent of online shops operated by individuals rather than enterprises are run by either college students or college graduates, the People’s Daily reported today citing a report by the China Association of Employment Promotion (CAEP).

Specifically, 22.9 per cent are run by college students or graduates with employees, while 36.8 per cent are run by students or graduates without staff.

On aggregate, by the end of 2014, China’s online shops had created 10 million jobs, with 6.18 million run by college students or graduates, the newspaper cited the CAEP report as saying.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Student e-shops in China created 10 million jobs in 2014 – The Economic Times.

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