Meanwhile, a growing number of migrant workers are employed in the services sector as manufacturing jobs retreat. The average wage of migrant workers is still rising, reaching 3,072 yuan a month in 2015, but the growth in wages has slowed. Beijing has targeted three main groups migrant workers, an estimated 1.8 million workers expected to be laid off from China’s coal and steel sector, and an estimated 7 million college graduates every year to ensure job market stability. More from the South China Morning Post : Why China’s factory workers are slowly winning their battle for stronger labour rights The situation is still manageable on a nationwide basis as governmental job indicators are still within safe zones, but the rising pressure will be acute in the industrial rust belts and traditional low-cost manufacturing hubs like Changan, which once had more than 30 industrial zones crowded with small factories. http://lovetylerward.universitypunjabi.org/2016/09/13/exploring-essential-factors-of-career/These industrial towns are now dotted with empty factories and closed shops. The local government said 243 factories closed or moved out of Dongguan in 2015 while labor unrest in Guangdong province was at a three-year high at the end of 2015. Across the street from where Huang used to work, a small metal workshop had cut more than half of its staff to 12 people in two years, blaming the rising cost of raw materials, wages and higher product quality requirements. Cai Xuewen, a trader of secondhand machinery, said the exodus of foreign investment which plummeted 87 per cent last year in Changan had led him to buy more used machines from closed factories than he could sell. He hasn’t sold any in two months.
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The ethics commission said he improperly received a valuable benefit by virtue of his state job, but noted he had informed his higher ups of his outside work. Capouillez’s lawyer, Bob Davis, said the commission originally sought millions of dollars in fines and restitution. “It is a vanishing percentage of what they said they were after,” Davis said. “There are times when it’s just smarter to just bite the bullet and get it over with.” Capouillez spent three years at the Department of Environmental Protection before going to work for the Game Commission in 1993. His salary was $84,000 when he retired in May 2015. The ethics commission said the statute of limitations was a “critical factor” in the case, restricting what of his conduct it could review and how much of a penalty it could order. “We note that there are times, such as in this case, where the legally correct result is not particularly satisfying,” the commission wrote. It gave Capouillez a month to pay the $75,000. The commission said that in a December 2014 interview with ethics agency investigators, Capouillez said he “understood the concerns raised and could see the appearance of a problem with his dual positions.” Capouillez’s private business drew the attention of then-Gov. Tom Corbett in 2014, when the Republican governor warned the Game Commission against making him the next executive director.
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