China has officially become a great country to work in, a survey found, and the latest news from the world’s biggest economy.
The survey, conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit, revealed that China had surpassed the United States as the second-best place to live in the world.
China overtook the United Kingdom to claim the top spot for the second year running.
The world’s second-biggest economy is now second only to the US.
It was the United Arab Emirates, the UK and Brazil all placed in the top 20 for the fifth year running, with the USA and Japan ranked in the bottom 20.
The survey showed that more people in China now report working remotely than ever before.
A record 22% of respondents reported working remotely, up from 15% in 2016.
“China is now the second best place to be working, after the United US, and now second best for the third year running,” said the survey’s author, Christopher Hill.
The report also said that the Chinese government has invested heavily in social media, with a massive 24% of all internet users using it, up eight percentage points from last year.
This year’s report also showed that China is seeing a huge rise in the number of people who are working from home, up by 60%.
It also showed a record 40% of workers are now freelancers, a new high.
It has been a long time coming.
Last year the global economy was in a tailspin, and many countries were suffering from financial crisis.
China was already the most indebted country in the OECD at a staggering $US1.2 trillion.
China has been expanding its middle class in the hopes that it can make up for the huge economic slowdown that followed.
It also wants to attract new talent, so the Chinese are pouring money into an increasingly sophisticated education system.
In 2017, China was the top employer in the United Nations, with 5.4 million jobs created, a 25% increase from the previous year.
The number of international students in China jumped from a record 1.7 million in 2015 to 4.6 million in 2017.
But it’s also working hard to become more global.
Last month, it announced a massive expansion of its air traffic control system, a system that will see thousands of planes fly across the country’s borders and from one country to another.
China has also been pushing to get its first fully autonomous robot taxi service ready for testing this year, although it is not expected to launch it until 2019.