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Jobless migrant workers sleep rough

08-04-2011 14:05 BJT

Jobless migrant workers prepare to spend a night on the street near a job market in Yiwu
city, East China's Zhejiang province, on August 4, 2011. Each year, tens of thousands of
migrant worker flock to Yiwu, a famous commodities center in China, to look for jobs, but
some of them who are old, less educated or without special skills cannot immediately find
jobs. Consequently, they have no place to sleep after running out of what little money they
had with them. This year, it is estimated that about 250 to 300 migrant job hunters have
not found jobs and have had to sleep on the street.[Photo/Asianewsphoto]

Jobless migrant workers sleep on the street near a job market in Yiwu city, East China's
Zhejiang province, on August 4, 2011. [Photo/Asianewsphoto]

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