Study on the Social Insurance of China’s Migrant Workers

Pingqing LIU, Weizheng LIU, Xiongjun LIANG


Migrant workers are one of China’s most important economic assets and support China’s major industries. However, Migrant workers confront health challenges stemming from the nature of their work, and their low income and their mobility. Based on a survey of 1,702 cases of migrant workers and applying SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) to get the general situation of social insurance participation of the samples, an overview of China’s migrant workers is provided in the beginning of the paper.

Key words: Health risk; Social insurance; Migrant workers


Health risk; Social insurance; Migrant workers

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