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The list of workers in China with access to the internet and a phone are legion.
They can help run the country’s huge companies, help run its factories, manage its vast bureaucracy and run its sprawling healthcare system.
But there are also many people with a much lower standard of living.
The country is one of the world’s biggest and most populous economies and its labour force is the world´s third-largest.
But the working conditions for most of the workforce are atrocious.
The working conditions are so appalling, that it is impossible to get a job in China.
And the workers in the most dire situations are the very lowest paid in the world, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
“There are very few jobs that are paid enough to feed a family,” said Maria Avila-Majello, an economist at the University of Buenos Aires.
“And so when they leave their jobs, they don’t know what to do.”
The Chinese government, for example, has imposed a so-called “six-year plan” that aims to raise the average monthly wage of the country´s 5.6 million workers to $700 by 2020.
The plan has led to a drastic increase in the number of workers who have access to smartphones, the internet, internet cafes and other internet technology.
But it has also made it increasingly difficult for those workers to find jobs, according the WHO.
According to the OECD, in 2015, China had 1.5 million people with access a phone and internet, while in 2016, that number was 2.1 million.
And of those, 1.7 million had access to at least one internet service.
The WHO said that of those with access, just 6 percent were able to access the internet or internet cafes for less than $10 a day.
The average monthly salary in 2016 was $3,939, according a 2015 report by the OECD.
“It is quite difficult for many people to find work in China,” said Dr. Albrecht Schubert, an epidemiologist at the WHOs department of global health and human rights.
“There is a huge unemployment problem in China, and it is a very poor country, so people are not able to find employment.”
“I have worked in China for two years and I can’t say that I would have been able to work anywhere else,” said one of China´s migrant workers, who asked to be identified only as Wang.
“I am a migrant worker in the southern region of Guangdong province and we have had a few job offers here in Guangdaw, but I have no idea how much it is going to cost us.”‘
I can´t work for less’The migrant worker, who works for a company called Wuzhou Technology, said that he had worked for a few years at a hotel in the city of Shenzhen, in southern China.
He said he was able to earn between $1,000 and $1.5, depending on the hours worked.
But after a few months, he decided to leave and take a job at a company in Shanghai, which is about 40 kilometers away.
“For me, the wages are not enough, I cannot work for more than a few hours a day, and I cannot afford to live in Shanghai for more like three months,” Wang said.
“I can only work in Shenzhen for a couple of weeks.”
The problem with China´’s migrant workers is that the average annual wage is only $3.90, and most of them work for a single company.
“The average wage of a migrant is about $5 a day,” said Wang, who is in his early 30s.
“It is very hard to pay for a basic food and clothing, but we have been unable to afford it.”
A group of migrant workers at a factory in Shenyang, Guangdaws southern Guangdang province, March 2016.
(Photo: Lu Zhao/Reuters)In Guangdagou, a suburb of Shanghai, where the majority of migrant laborers live, a number of migrant employees are struggling to find enough food to feed their families.
“We have been living on rice and noodles, which are cheap and cheap,” said Chen Zhaojun, a 25-year-old migrant worker who is from the southern province of Jiangsu.
“We are unable to buy basic food.
We have been struggling.””
It´s like this because we have no job and no opportunity,” Chen said.”
If I want to go out, we have to pay the price for the food.”
Some migrant workers are working in factories that are built to withstand earthquakes.
They are also working in low-paying jobs in the country that has the world`s third largest army.
According the US-based Center for Global Development, China has more than 13 million workers who live in poverty, including 1.2 million in Guangzhou.
The country also has one of Asias largest child labor laws and it has strict labour regulations