Most of China’s migrant workers will stay in cities despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on jobs and incomes because there are fewer opportunities in their economically-backward hometowns, a new report has found.The number of migrant workers that saw no opportunities for themselves if they returned home almost doubled from 35.3 per cent during the global financial crisis in 2007-08 to 63.35 per cent this year, according to the study released by the Beijing Social Work Development Centre…