Chinese blue collar workers need more social recognition

Wang Xiaoyu China Plus Published: 2017-05-17 17:59:41
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More than 55 percent of respondents in a survey say skilled workers have a low level of social recognition in China and face other career challenges. But they also believe graduates from vocational schools are more competitive on the job market. Is this contradictory? 


Speakers: Li Ningjing, Sam Duckett and Lu Sirui

The audio clip is from Studio Plus, produced by CRI.

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