China: Youth feel brunt of economic slowdown

A record number of new graduates will be looking for work this year, while those who have jobs say they are working longer hours for less pay.

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    China's economic slowdown is increasing the pressure on the country's job market and young people in particular are feeling the crunch.

    A record number of new graduates will be looking for work this year, while those who have jobs say they are working longer hours for less pay.

    Al Jazeera's Katrina Yu reports from Beijing.


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