Chinese young people gradually panic, exclaim that ‘there is no light at the end of the tunnel’

During the current economic recession, China has entered an era of high unemployment and unprecedented low income. Some scholars have pointed out that there are 200 million unemployed people in China and nearly 1 billion people earning less than 2,000 yuan per month. On June 27, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang proposed in a government work report to issue a directive to strengthen people’s psychology that “a large-scale return of poverty” will not happen. But in reality, facing a wave of unemployment, Chinese young people have begun to panic and exclaim that “there is no light at the end of the tunnel.”