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Nearly half of Chinese couriers have to work 10 to 12 hours a day, and 21.4 ag手机客户端下载percent of them say their daily work time exceeds 12 hours, according to a recent survey. 最近一项调查显示，中国大约一半的快递员每天工作10至12小时，21.4%的快递员每天工作超过12小时。 The survey, covering 5,279 couriers nationwide, was led by the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League of China and State Post Bureau. And a report about the survey was carried by China Youth Daily Tuesday. The survey showed that 48.9 percent of the couriers only have one day off every week. In terms of workload1, 31 percent of the respondents said that they delivered more than 100 packages a day, adding that the workload was much bigger during shopping peaks such as the Nov. 11 Single's Day. Statistics from 2017 showed that Chinese couriers were relatively2 well paid, earning an average salary of 4,859 yuan (about 725.7 U.S. dollars) a month, 27.4 percent higher than the average salary of other private company employees. High salaries, however, come at the price of long work hours and heavy workloads3. Up to 55.8 percent of the survey takers said that their salary depended on the number of goods they delivered, which was a cause of excessive workload.
- An assistant one day a week would ease my workload.每周有一天配一个助手就会减轻我的工作负担。
- He's always grousing about the workload.他总是抱怨工作量大。
- The rabbit is a relatively recent introduction in Australia.兔子是相对较新引入澳大利亚的物种。
- The operation was relatively painless.手术相对来说不痛。
- Project management software can provide such visibility into everyone's skills and workloads. 项目管理软件可以提供这样的能见度到每个人的技能和工作量。
- Doctors have complained of heavy workloads. 医生投诉工作越来越繁重。