Two economic zones set up by Chinese enterprises in Zambia have paved the way for the creation of over 8,000 jobs in the African nation.
By the end of this quarter, the jobs at its Beijing plants are likely to be declared redundant, and the staff either laid off or transferred to other facilities.
The country needs to create 15 million new jobs in 2019 to support the record number of at 8.34 million college graduates that will enter the job market.
The company has suffered its first sales drop in China in 20 years, and a lower demand for diesel vehicles in Europe.
A recent study forecasts that the China Pakistan Economic Corridor is likely to generate up to 700,000 jobs in Pakistan by 2030.
The majority of Hongkong employees who have left China-headquartered companies blame rigid office culture and low salaries.
The workers at a toy factory in Heyuan, China, were working illegally overtime, and often earning less than SG$1.80 per hour.
China and the US are leading the way in AI employment globally, with China topping the list with just over 12,000 job listings.
Chinese institutions have done well in producing graduates ready for worldwide employability in Asia, next to Singapore, Japan, and South Korea.
A Chinese steel company will set up in Mindanao, Philippines and thereby create 50,000 jobs in the country.
China's massive electronics production factories often faces allegations of poor labour conditions, resulting in high employee suicide cases.
China will be implementing measures to boost employment, with the aim of helping local businesses as well as the jobless.
China looks to hire more Filipino teachers with good pay in a move to strengthen China-Philippines relations.
At its new factory in Shanghai, China, ABB will have robots and humans collaborating to make more robots.
China created more than 11 million new jobs from January to September this year, even as the unemployment rate fell very slightly.
China's semiconductor industry is facing a major talent shortfall of up to 400,000 people by 2020, according a new report.
Talk about a wake-up call - employees at a bank branch in China were startled when a giant snake dropped in.
The Chinese government is looking to promote the digital economy through skills upgrading, and also by attracting skilled foreign workers.
At the recent World Economic Forum, Alibaba's Jack Ma warned that trade tensions between China and US could continue for as many as 20 years.
Artificial intelligence is likely to replace about 70% of occupations in China, according to the China Development Research Foundation.
The company says that "the need to help organisations to be better prepared for a changing business environment has become greater than ever".
Tsinghua University is leading the Asian continent in the latest QS graduate employability research, with four other Chinese institutions in the top 100.
China's efforts to recruit Taiwanese engineers — via above-market benefits packages — are beginning to pay off handsomely.
The Alibaba Talent Programme aims to develop the next generation of technology-focused and innovative PhD candidates.
Some 1,400 Google staff have signed a letter protesting the company's cooperation with the Chinese government on web censorship.