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There has been a significant increase of civil servants looking to change careers in China because of corruption. Zhaopin, a popular Chinese career platform, reported that in the three weeks after February 25, more than 10,000 civil servants submitted their resumes to potential employers on the site. This marks an increase of 34% from numbers in 2014. Civil servants are currently the “most active,” in looking for a new career.

Civil servants submitting resumes to Zhaopin tend to be looking to go into a new field of work altogether. Civil servants apply to jobs in government, but also in the fields of real estate, tech and investment. These three fields have some of the highest salaries in China. Investment, real estate and other industries are heavily affected by government policy. Civil servants understand government policy, and are able to communicate well with government officials.

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Post time 2015-4-9 21:56:31 |Display all floors
for those with patience will pay off eventually...like i sez before do it with style & not too much greed then you'll be more than okay  
a man who uses his hands is a laborer. one who uses his hands and his mind is a craftsman. but he who uses his hands, his mind, and his heart, is an artist...

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If half the people in China are of working age that means about 1 out of every 65000 people who
are of working age are civil servants looking to change careers. Nothing is remarkable about that.

But the crack down on corruption in the Chinese government probably did discourage some of
those who were looking to climb the ladder through devious means.
For those individuals private enterprise is their best bet.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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Post time 2015-4-11 16:12:55 |Display all floors
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robert237 Post time: 2015-4-11 12:53
If half the people in China are of working age that means about 1 out of every 65000 people who
are  ...

Typical Robert, facts are the figures have increased on previous years, why not comment on why you think that may be instead of fudging the issue

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futsanglung Post time: 2015-4-11 05:08
Typical Robert, facts are the figures have increased on previous years, why not comment on why you ...

So now you accuse me of fudging the issue by stating a fact.
There is no satisfying you unless someone is trashing China.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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robert237 Post time: 2015-4-12 01:37
So now you accuse me of fudging the issue by stating a fact.
There is no satisfying you unless som ...

Ok Robert, explain where my comments trash China, they do not.

The OP stated a fact that there are large increases in civil servants wishing to move on and questions why this is, that bis not trashing China

For once why do you not actually face up to a fact you do not like and try to come up with a sensible answer or maybe that is beyong your capabilities.

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