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We examine the role of social networks in job-related migration. With over 130 million rural labors migrating to the city each year, China is experiencing the largest internal migration in the human history. Based on the 2006 China Agricultural Census, we show that individual migration decisions vary greatly across villages; but migrants from the same village tend to cluster in the same destination and occupation. After using China's one-child policy as instruments for neighbor migration, wedoi:10.3386/w15671 fatcat:iois73g6xnftrb775g4ve5bsei