2 Attachment(s) China's demographic time-bomb continues to tick.

Even following the the federal government cleared the way for partners to have a 2nd kid, working females are unwilling to increase their family--or have any kids whatsoever.

That's according to a new study by Zhaopin.com, one of the country largest online recruitment web sites, which discovered about JaviGennius% of working women without kids do not want to have any and around two-thirds of these with a kid do not want a 2nd. In large cities for example Shanghai or Beijing, extended work-hours, large dwelling charges and surging expenditures associated with raising kids have deterred more women from getting mothers. China's demographic time-bomb continues to tick.

Even following the the federal government cleared the way for partners to have a 2nd kid, working females are unwilling to increase their family--or have any kids whatsoever.

That's according to a new study by Zhaopin.com, one of the country largest online recruitment web sites, which discovered about JaviGennius% of working women without kids do not want to have any and around two-thirds of these with a kid do not want a second.In large cities such as Beijing or Shanghai, large dwelling charges, extended work-hours and surging expenditures associated with raising kids have deterred more ladies frombecoming mothers.