“China’s Ministry of Education reports that the number of Chinese students studying abroad grew from 39,000 in 2000 to more than 117,000 last year. Not all return to China, but for the many who do this rise in foreign-educated job seekers entering the market coincides with a comparable glut of domestic graduates. Good white-collar jobs are therefore harder to find, and a foreign diploma is no longer the same stand-out credential it used to be. ”
Read the full article on the International Herald Tribune here.