China’s army of upcoming college graduates brace to compete for jobs with a familiar rival – the class of 2020’s unhired alumni

//China’s army of upcoming college graduates brace to compete for jobs with a familiar rival – the class of 2020’s unhired alumni

China’s army of upcoming college graduates brace to compete for jobs with a familiar rival – the class of 2020’s unhired alumni

With yet another record number of university and college graduates expected to enter the workforce next year, China’s young adults could very well find themselves in the most difficult environment ever to land jobs.The Ministry of Education this week put that estimated total at 9.09 million Chinese – an increase of about 350,000 graduates from this year’s record high of 8.74 million.The coronavirus compounded their struggles this year with widespread disruptions. In the spring, lockdowns across…

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