A crossword puzzle for Chinese readers
This puzzle will help you figure out where China’s population is headed in the next few years.
For example, let’s say China’s economy is doing very well.
It has very strong growth and employment and there are lots of people living there.
Then how many people will be working?
That is the question.
Then let’s also say that China’s health care system is very good.
The country has lots of doctors and hospitals and clinics.
What about the next two years?
It’s hard to say.
Then there’s the housing market.
China has a housing market, but the market is very unstable.
There are lots and lots of buyers and sellers.
In addition, many families are still living at home, not necessarily with a lot of money to spend.
Then the next question is what will the economy look like in 2023?
And if it’s doing well, will China have a very large middle class, which will make it easier to build housing and other infrastructure.
There is a lot that is unknown.
What is clear is that China is not a wealthy country.
That is why it has to deal with the problem of a very high rate of unemployment and its slow economic growth.
What we know now is that the number of people who are unemployed is the highest in the world.
China’s unemployment rate is 6.6 percent, according to the World Bank.
That’s a huge amount of people.
What do they do when they can’t find work?
They look for work in the labor market.
Many people find work in retail or in restaurants, hotels or even in the construction industry.
But there are many people who can’t work in those industries because they’re not qualified to do the job.
What will China’s labor force look like by 2023, and when will it start to recover?
The government has already said that it will have about 25 million unemployed people by 2027, but many economists believe that the figure could be even higher.
If the government continues to expand its welfare state, the economy will probably recover in time.
But how much will the recovery be?
We don’t know, because we don’t have a good picture of China’s job market.
Some economists say that the labor force will be much smaller by 2029 than it was in 2015, when China’s official unemployment rate was 4.9 percent.
The government says that the current labor force is actually more than 6 million, and it is not clear if that is true.
If China’s current labor market is more like that of Europe, the number might actually be a little smaller, because many Europeans work long hours and they don’t get any rest.
We also don’t understand how many young people there are in China.
Many economists believe China has about 100 million people between the ages of 18 and 24, but China’s government has said that there are about 200 million people in the country.
How do they all mix together?
There are a lot more people in China than there are jobs.
And the government wants to make sure that the economy does not become too dependent on the private sector.
So the Chinese government is trying to limit the growth of private sector jobs.
But it’s not easy to control the growth in private sector employment.
In 2016, there were nearly 7 million job openings in the private sectors, according the Chinese Ministry of Labor.
In 2023 there are around 1.5 million jobs in the government-run private sector and a million jobs on public sector.
What’s the impact of this growth on the country’s economy?
What happens when China starts having a bigger middle class?
The growth in the middle class in China has already happened.
For the past 10 years, there has been a huge increase in middle class incomes.
It is true that some of that growth has gone to people in urban areas, but in the countryside there is a huge difference between what people earn and what they need to survive.
In the countryside, most people do not have a family and can not have children.
Many peasants, who have less money to buy food and other necessities, work in fields and in factories.
Many of them are not very well off.
They depend on the government for their basic needs.
It may be that the growth will slow down in the future.
The average household income in China is around $250,000, according a recent report by the World Economic Forum.
But some households have incomes of more than $100,000.
How will this affect the number and the composition of the middle classes in China?
It depends on a lot.
If there is an increase in the number in the urban areas and in the rural areas, the middle-class composition will change.
If you have a middle class that is a little more prosperous, they may also start getting married and having children.
They may also have a bigger number of children.
The middle class will also start having more children, so you may see an increase of families in the upper