By Martin Gøttske
Chinese factory workers jump from work to work more frequently than before. A survey shows that one in four workers in the Pearl River Delta changed jobs over the past two years. The high turnover has led employers to pay more in an attempt to retain the workers. In order to cope with rising wages, factories have turned to robots or automation to improve productivity. The survey conducted by Wuhan University said about 40 per cent of manufacturers in Guangdong and Hubei use automated machines for production.