University Graduates in China Now Seek Jobs at Temples – newkerala

From newkerala.com:

With jobs hard to get in the highly competitive Chinese market, graduates are now stalking the corridors of holy temples.

Famen Temple, one of the four most famous Buddhist Temples in ancient China, has employed four graduate students and five with bachelors degrees.

They were selected at a job market at Northwest Agriculture & Forestry University on Sunday in Xi’an, capital of Shaanxi province in northwest China. It also hired 18 graduates from two other universities.[Full Text]

January 8, 2007 9:54 PM
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