China's job market showed some resilience in the first half despite economic difficulties, but employment pressure remains high. According to the China Daily reports, China added 7.25 million jobs in the first six months of the year, an increase of 310,000 year on year. The registered urban unemployment rate stood at 4.1 percent at the end of the second quarter. The government has set a goal of creating no less than 9 million jobs this year, with the full-year unemployment rate set to reach less than 4.6 percent. Many foreign economists raise concerns with China’s economic statistics, particularly its employment figures, however it is certainly true that less CVs appear when job advertisements are posted these days, as compared to 12 months ago.