China aims to keep its unemployment rate below 4.6 percent in 2014, unchanged from its current target.
The Minister of Human Resources and Social Security, Yin Weimin, says the urban jobless rate is expected to be around 4.1 percent this year, slightly higher than the reading at the end of the third quarter. He also said China hopes to add over 10 million jobs in 2014, following the 13 million more job added this year.
The country's Premier Li Keqiang said previously that the Chinese economy has to grow at an annual pace of 7.2 percent to create 10 million jobs a year.
- Editor:Cherry | Source: Agencies
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