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70 percent of graduates get jobs in coastal cities
    2015-12-02  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    State media recently reported on a study of the employment situation of Chinese graduates. About 70 percent of newly graduated students are satisfied with their jobs, according to the study.

    The report, conducted by the Ministry of Education and released on November 28, collected questionnaires from more than 200,000 graduate students around China. Statistics show that 66.91 percent of the students choose to work in coastal areas and most of the graduates are working in the information, finance and education sectors.

    Around 67.93 percent of the students think that their majors were in accordance with the jobs they found after graduation. The study also shows that students with applied majors are more likely to find jobs that match with their majors.

    Compared with students who graduated with bachelor’s and master’s degrees, graduates from polytechnic or vocational schools are more likely to choose stable and matching jobs that can help them get a hukou in their work cities. Students with higher education certificates are more concerned about future development when considering job offers.

    When it comes to kick-starting new businesses, the report shows that 2.86 percent of the students were building up their own businesses after graduation, but students with lower education certificates tend to start more business than their peers. (Zhang Qian)

    

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