新尼特族 (also 新型啃老族; Chinese PinYin: [xīn ní tè zú]; traditional Chinese:新尼特族) may mean: (1) noun. neo NEET (Neo Not in Employment, Education or Training); (2) noun. A new phenomena of social withdrawal. Neo-NEETs are young people with no job, but neat income, which is unearned income. The Neo-NEETs are accompanied by television, books, sleep or personal hobbies, they don’t go to school, and they are not motivated at work. The phenomena of Neo NEET have attracted global attention in recent years.
1. How to pronounce 新尼特族?
Chinese Pinyin: [xīn ní tè zú]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 新尼特族
Synonyms:虚无宅, 双失青年, 啃老族,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 新尼特族
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 新尼特族青年 (neo NEET youth), 新尼特族现象 (Neo NEET phenomena), 一名新尼特族 (a Neo NEET),
4. How to use 新尼特族 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 新尼特族.
4.1 新尼特族没有工作, 但是有一定非劳动收入的青年
Translation: Neo-NEETs are young people with no job, but neat income, which is unearned income.
Translation: Usually the income of Neo-NEETs comes from property rentals, stocks and so on.
Translation: The Neo-NEETs are accompanied by television, books, sleep or personal hobbies, they don’t go to school, and they are not motivated at work.
Translation: As the majority of the Neo-NEETs are young people, who are supposed to be the backbone of the work-age workforce, the Neo-NEET problem results in a waste of labor resources.
Translation: Neo NEET youth showed multiple psychosocial risk factors.
Translation: The neo NEET problem is also a jobs problem.
Translation: Unfortunately, I’m a neo NEET because of social anxiety and low self esteem.
Translation: The phenomena of neo NEET (social withdrawal) have attracted global attention in recent years.
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