Migrant workers' sense of belonging in urban China 2020

Perception of belonging and adaptation of urban migrant laborers in China in 2020

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Source

Release date

April 2021

Region

China

Survey time period

2020

Supplementary notes

The data have been collected through a survey which covered around 226,000 rural workers from 31 provinces, 1,587 districts and 8,490 villages. Migrant laborers are defined as workers that are still registered as rural permanent residents, but have left their place of origin for more than six months in order to find work in another place. They either stay in the same province or move to another province in search of work.

No information was given on the 15.5 percent of respondents not represented in the given figures.

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