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Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Esports and blogging are official jobs in China – Explica

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The coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) caused many jobs to be lost, forcing society to rethink some things. An example of this can be seen in China, a country where esports and blogging were officially recognized as official works.

As Bloomberg reports, the Chinese government expanded its job definition to account for various modern economic activities. The above as a measure to fight against the high unemployment rate that remained in this country after the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Thus, the Chinese government will already recognize activities such as being an esports player, having a blog or starting an online business as work. Likewise, people who have taken some job as a freelance will also count as people with jobs.

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“College students don’t necessarily need to go to work units. More and more, we are seeing that there are several options, including freelancing, ”said Tan Min, an economist and adviser to the Chinese state council. “They can open a store or participate in electronic commerce across borders. They can start their own business with a simple laptop and create a new job opportunity. ”

Thus, universities and different organizations that carry information on employment will have to take these data into account. It is worth mentioning that institutions that present false information will be severely punished.

And you, what do you think about it? Tell us in the comments.

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