With scores of recent graduates joining the ranks of Chinese youth competing for a limited number...
college graduate joblessness
by Josh Rudolph | Sep 13, 2013
With China’s multitude of college graduates poised to keep growing and their post-graduation...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 26, 2013
While China’s recently graduated—including many of those who enjoyed their higher education abroad—are facing bleak prospects on the job market, the South China Morning Post’s Amy Li looks at an additional layer of...
by Scott Greene | Jun 18, 2013
A sputtering economy has left China’s seven million college graduates with bleak job prospects, according to Andrew Jacobs and Sue-Lin Wong of The New York Times: Businesses say they are swamped with job applications but...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 25, 2013
China now produces eight million new college graduates each year, four times as many as ten years ago. The job market, however, has not adjusted accordingly. While the graduate glut sharpens competition for white collar jobs...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 25, 2009
The Telegraph reports on the tragic impact of the economic slowdown and high unemployment rates on China’s graduates: For Miss Liu, the daughter of poor farmers, a degree was to be her passport out of a life of poverty, a...
by dwang | May 31, 2009
Chinese education officials expect a nationwide drop in the number of students sitting for the college entrance exams this year. From Xinhua: China expects fewer students to participate in the upcoming three-day annual college...
by Japhet Weeks | Jan 19, 2009
College graduates in China are finding it harder to secure employment. From McClatchy Newspapers: As unemployment rises in China, competition for jobs is so severe that a Guangzhou Daily newspaper story early this month said...
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