In the next three to five years, according to the authorities, between 2,200 and 23 million people will need to be placed in the cities every year, even if the economic growth rate remains at 8 percent, there will still be tens of millions of "work gaps" every year. For university graduates and low-income people, in the second generation peasant workers, the employment pressure is more prominent, the central leadership, the governments at various levels have also been efforts through various means to solve the problem of difficult employment, in order to ensure social stability.
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It doesn't take an adventurous traveler or food enthusiast to appreciate Malaysian food. There are just a great deal from which to choose, whether traditional or modern cuisines, deem to meet the choosiest tastes buds. The staple food in Malaysia is rice, similar to the other Asian countries. Due to its sunny weather throughout the year, fruits and vegetables have been in abundance while meat, poultry and seafood is inexpensive and easily available. Malaysian food, just like its people, is divided into Malay, Chinese and Indian and is also still served by their own unique ways.