Analysis of the Impact of Unemployment and Reemployment on China’s Economic Growth

Zheng Jingtong


Unemployment and employment issues have consistently held significance in the context of a country’s economic development. In the aftermath of the pandemic, it becomes imperative for China to effectively address future employment pressures while concurrently enhancing people’s quality of life. This article aims to analyze the underlying causes of unemployment in the post-epidemic era, while also delving into the challenges associated with re-employment and its subsequent impact on economic growth. The findings of this study reveal that re-employment plays a crucial role in driving economic growth. Although China’s existing reemployment policies have yielded certain positive outcomes, there remain several policy-related concerns that necessitate macro-level adjustments and concerted efforts from enterprises.

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