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  • Working Mothers Want to Go Home: SurveyChina's The largest human resource services provider 51job released on Monday the results of a micro survey, which showed that more than over 90 per cent of children of the women surveyed are taken to and picked up from school by their grandparents, 98 per cent get help withreceive homework help from their parents, and that 72 per cent of working mothers are feel exhausted with the effort of balancing work and helping with their children's education. Among them, 35 per cent said that they want to quit work their jobs and be home makers.go back home.Date:2011-07-04
  • Child Health Care Target Group Expands to 5-year-oldsThe drop to 13‰ in 2010 of China's infant mortality rate represents early achievement of the UN Millennium Development Goal, director-general of the Department of Maternal and Child Health Care & Community Health of the Ministry of Health Qin Huaijin said yesterday at a Ministry of Health press conference.Date:2011-07-04
  • Zhejiang Women Most Want to Marry A Civil ServantSoutheast China's Zhejiang Province recently released a survey about the attitude of single men and women on choosing their Mr. or Miss Right.Date:2011-07-04
  • Women's Employment Rate in Guangzhou Reaches 70.84%The women's employment rate in Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, is 70.84% in 2010, three times than ten years ago, and women's life expectancy reaches 81.33 years old, according to a report on implementation of Guangzhou Women and Children Development Plan (2001-2010) on May 17.Date:2011-07-04
  • Divorce Rate in Guangdong Hits 10.7 Percent in 2009Vice President of the Guangdong Women's Federation, Yang Jianzhen, said that the divorce rate in Guangdong hit 10.7 per cent in 2009.Date:2011-07-04
  • Nearly 60 Percent Men Pro Naked Marriage: SurveyA survey on marriage conducted online by the Communist Youth League Hangzhou Municipal Committee, was issued recently. 2,802 respondents participated in the survey; and 44 per cent of the respondents are 26-30 years of age, 37 per cent are public servants, and 65 per cent have bachelor degrees or above.Date:2011-07-04
  • Taiwan Women Civil Servants Hit Record HighThe 131,846 women among Taiwan's 340,000 civil servants at the end of 2010, accounting for 38.77%, represents the highest proportion in the past ten years, an official at the Taiwan Human Resources Ministry said on Thursday.Date:2011-06-13
  • 70% People in High-Risk AIDS Groups Loath to Take HIV TestThere is 70% unwillingness among high-risk AIDS groups to take HIV tests in hospital, and 10% choose not to take the test at all.Date:2011-06-13
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