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People to Move Out of Beijing Post Olympics

World Journal, Posted: Aug 20, 2008

BEIJING According to the government, in the past seven years, 448,000 new jobs were created every year in Beijing, and the unemployment rate was kept at 1.86 percent, the World Journal reports. But after the Olympics, college graduates, professionals and migrant workers are expected to move from Beijing to Shanghai for work opportunities with the Shanghai World Expo in 2010. Analysts also predict that a large workforce will go west looking for opportunities in the less developed cities of northwest China.



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