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More Chinese migrant workers are heading back to their hometowns.
But the exodus is due not just to plummeting overseas orders, but new job opportunities in inner regions that are being created by industry's move from eastern coastal cities.
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China's domestic migrant labor force could power consumer spending growth in the world's second biggest economy if workers had better access to basic welfare services in the cities where they live and work, a new government report says.Read More
The percentage of children of young migrant parents in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou who do not attend school is higher than the national average, according to a report on migrants under age 35 released by the National Population and Family Planning Commission.Read More