For Journalism in China, a Millennial Shift
David Bandurski

Thank you for writing about this problem. The age discrimination is not limited to media. “Under 35” seems to be the norm in the job market in today’s China. Experience doesn’t seem to be valued. What employers look for are not experienced professionals. Very often, they prefer inexperienced young people who are cheaper to train and will do whatever they are told.

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