9 Chinese papermakers pass the ‘n9060’ exam, becoming China’s “paperman” in the process.
The 10-day exam, conducted in October, is a way for China’s Paperworkers to gain experience, improve their skills, and improve their productivity in the labor market, the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT) said in a statement.
The papermaking industry employs approximately 20 million people, making it the largest in China.
SAPPFT said that about 5,000 people took the exam.
For the next three years, they will be given “the opportunity to obtain the requisite knowledge to become paperworkers,” the statement said.
According to the statement, “the exam is an objective test that assesses the knowledge, skills, knowledge and experience of papermakers and their co-workers.
In order to pass, candidates must be at least 16 years old, have excellent performance on the papermaking tasks and have good physical fitness.”
The exam is not just for papermakers, but also for those who use paper to make other materials and goods.
According to a previous report by the Wall Street Journal, papermaking has become an increasingly popular craft.