Sun. Jun 23rd, 2024
Curse of 35

The Curse of 35

A new trend called Curse of 35 is now being debated on Chinese social media platforms. People in China are talking about the “Curse of 35” as the country experiences an economic crisis and declining marriage and birth rates. Many people in China report that after the age of 35, businesses prefer not to engage with them, which has an impact on their ability to advance personally and professionally.

For civil servants, the maximum age is capped at 35 in China, and Other recruitment agencies also like younger and less expensive human resources. Career challenges, Family and relationships, Financial responsibilities, and ageing parents—these are the issues that individuals face after 35.

The post-pandemic economic situation in China seems to be the cause of this phenomenon.



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