Hebei Left-behind Women Get Jobs in Their Hometown

July 18, 2019
Editor: Wang Liyan

Local women process garments at a clothing factory in an industrial park in Neiqiu County, North China's Hebei Province, on July 11. In recent years, the government of Neiqiu County has opened an employment channel for the local left-behind women. The local government organizes free vocational skill training to the women regularly. [Xinhua]

 

Local women fold finished garments on July 11. Local factories and enterprises joining in the corporative program provide short-term and part-time jobs for left-behind women, who can get jobs near their homes. [Xinhua]

 

Local women work in the garment factory on July 11. Nowadays, nearly 30,000 rural left-behind women in Neiqiu County are working in their hometown. It helps alleviate the work-force shortage of the local enterprises and increase the income of rural left-behind women. [Xinhua]

 

A local worker sews garment in the processing workshop. [Xinhua]

 

Women check the quality of a garment in the processing workshop.[Xinhua]

 

(Source: Xinhua/Translated and edited by Women of China)

 

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