An Empirical Study on the Evolution of Employment Structure of Transport, Storage and Post Industry of Beijing During Economic Transition in China

Yuan LIN, Shi CAO, Jingjing CUI


Employment structure of transport, storage and post industry is in continuous evolution along with the economic transition, and this paper makes an empirical study on it. This paper analyzes the change in employed laborers, employment structure and industry structure in transport, storage and post industry in Beijing, and makes a comparison with the employment proportion in third industry. Based on the above analysis, this paper gives some policy suggestions to both promote the healthy development of transport, storage and post industry in Beijing and further enhance the industry to absorb laborers.


Transport, storage and post Industry; Employment structure; Evolution

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