‘Men only’: Job ads regularly discriminate against women in China

‘Men only’: Job ads regularly discriminate against women

Job ads in China openly discriminate against women, regularly stating employers’ preference for male applicants. Some ads list a preference for men, others try to lure male applicants by describing the attractiveness of future female co-workers, while many more place unfair and unequal demands on women applicants.

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“Nearly one in five job ads for China’s 2018 national civil service called for ‘men only’ or ‘men preferred,’ while major companies like Alibaba have published recruitment ads

Sexist job ads discriminate against women in China

Sexist job ads discriminate against women in China — even specifying applicants’ required height, weight, and facial structure. Job ads in China openly discriminate against women, regularly stating employers’ preference for male applicants.

«Men only» job ads show ongoing discrimination in China

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Apr 24, 2018 · Human Rights Watch released its report, «Only Men Need Apply: Gender Discrimination in Job Advertisements in China» after looking at more than 36,000 job advertisements posted between 2013 and

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Discrimination against women in job recruitment is widespread in China, with ads stating a preference for men and some even sexually objectifying companies’ own employees, a report released

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A search of Alibaba’s website in January found “men only” or “men preferred” ads for jobs including government affairs senior specialist and crowd-sourcing delivery manager, according to

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HRW: ‘Men Only’ Job Ads Show Ongoing Discrimination in China More In this Nov. 28, 2017, photo, Chinese women look out of a window of a crowded bus traveling from the outskirts of the capital city

Sexist job ads discriminate against women in China — even

Job ads in China openly discriminate against women, regularly stating employers’ preference for male applicants. Some ads list a preference for men, others try to lure male applicants by describing the attractiveness of future female co-workers, while many more place unfair and unequal demands on women applicants.

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Apr 23, 2018 · China’s biggest tech companies are promising to make changes after being named in a report detailing discrimination against women in job advertising in the country. Titled «Only Men …

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China: Job Ads Discriminate Against Women . men and manly women [only]. –A 2016 job posting for a film program manager at technology company Baidu Proactively supervise and regularly

‘Men only’: Job ads regularly discriminate against women

Many job ads in China openly discriminate against women according to r esearch from Human Rights Watch, which analyzed 36,000 job ads from the last five years and found ads regularly list a preference for men or put unfair demands on female applicants.