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Youth unemployment higher than ever before

Job seekers line up outside a Foxconn factory in Shenzhen.

Xin Chen imagined the beginning of his career to be different. Last year, he graduated from the southern Chinese metropolis of Shenzhen with a degree in computer science. Normally, this would have guaranteed him a job at one of China’s tech giants. But despite sending out numerous applications, the 23-year-old still hasn’t found a job.

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