GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

The Most Surprising China Gender Imbalance Statistics And Trends in 2024

With sources from: data.worldbank.org, cfr.org, cgdev.org, nytimes.com and many more

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"Migration patterns within China show that males are more likely to migrate for work than females, exacerbating the gender imbalance in certain regions."

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"The gender gap may result in increased incidence of human trafficking and "bride buying" in China."

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"Some estimates suggest that gender discrimination in China peaked in the late 2000s but continues to have significant social impacts."

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"Public campaigns in China have aimed at promoting gender equality and addressing gender imbalance."

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"A significant gender imbalance can negatively affect the fertility rates due to a reduction in the proportion of women in reproductive age."

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"Gender imbalance has contributed to social phenomena such as “bachelor villages” in some rural parts of China."

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"Rapid urbanization in China may mitigate some adverse effects of gender imbalance over time."

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"As of 2020, China's sex ratio at birth is approximately 111.3 males for every 100 females."

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"In the 0-19 age group, there are about 32 million more men than women in China."

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"The gender imbalance has contributed to a significant surplus of bachelors, reaching a projected count of 30 million by 2025."

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"The severe gender imbalance in China could result in a destabilization of social structures and increase in anti-social behaviors."

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"The phenomenon of "leftover men" (guang gun) refers to the millions of men unable to find partners due to the gender gap."

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"China’s marriage market shows a significant preference for younger females due to the gender imbalance."

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"Studies show that the gender gap in China’s adults could impact the future socio-economic landscape significantly."

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"The phenomenon of gender imbalance partly results from prenatal gender selection practices, especially in rural areas."

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"Due to the one-child policy and cultural preference for sons, China has an estimated 30-40 million more men than women."

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"Women’s welfare organizations in China advocate against discriminatory practices and infanticide to help reduce gender imbalance."

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"Rural areas in China experience a more pronounced gender imbalance compared to urban centers."

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"By 2025, it's projected that China could have 15% more males than females in the cohort under age 20."

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"The gender imbalance has led to a significant number of "missing women," estimated between 30 to 60 million."

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