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job creationnoun [U]

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the process of providing new jobs, especially for people who are unemployed: the government's job creation strategy
Translations of “job creation”
in Chinese (Traditional) 創造就業(尤指為失業者提供新工作)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 创造就业(尤指为失业者提供新工作)…
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