90 % of workers in China are underpaid by western standards
2012 World production of Grain was 2241million tons. China produced 479million tons. So, percentage terms; 21.3%
First-line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales Workers a+ registered nurses
I suggest you write another question, where you clarify the follinwg: Do you want the percentage of communists in Russia? In China? In South America? World-wide? The question, then, might be: "What is the percentage of communists, world-wide?" or "... in the United States?"
Believe it or not, but the US gives China $650 million in foreign aid each year - so they can better compete with US products. Dumb, huh?
What is "underpaid"? Underpaid makes the assumption that a wage is forced upon the worker, not voluntarily agreed to. Some workers are paid low wages in China because they don't have very marketable job skills, and/or they live in an area that is highly underdeveloped and needs to accumulate more capital for the wages and living/working standards to go up.
Most doctors are not underpaid. There are many nurses are underpaid considering what all they have to do on a daily basis.
They can be exploited by being underpaid or being overworked.
A lot of them are that is why so much work is done there that used to be done in the more developed world.
the life cycle of vans is started by millions of underpaid chinese workers and sweat with minimal regulation to the factories
Socialist Workers' Party of China was created in 1919.
The purpose of labor unions is to protect its members, workers, from being underpaid and overworked. Unions have fees and rules that apply to all members. http://answers.ask.com/society/other/what_is_the_purpose_of_a_union
Pretty much exactly the way they make them now, except that instead of robots they used underpaid workers for the simple, repetitive tasks.
It took 500 000 workers to build the Great Wall of China!
what is the percentage of people that read and write in china