Series Vol. 24 , 13 September 2023
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With the improvement of China's economic level of aging, China has also encountered the problem that most developed countries will encounter - aging. However, since China is still a developing country and it is per capita economic level is relatively low compared with developed countries, China's aging degree is relatively low. Therefore, this paper mainly studies whether China's aging level has had an impact on market employment in the past few years. This paper uses regression analysis to analyze whether aging has affected the employment of Chinese enterprises. The dependent variable is the employment level of enterprises, and the independent variable is the aging population.; Use multiple analysis methods to judge the possible consequences of aging on Chinese enterprises. The research result is that China's aging has had an impact on the employment of Chinese enterprises and will have a relatively bad impact on the employment situation in China in the future.
aging, enterprise, employment, regression analysis
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The datasets used and/or analyzed during the current study will be available from the authors upon reasonable request.