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Millions of university graduates – and still a shortage

Graduates of Huazhong University of Science and Technology at their graduation ceremony last June.

German companies in China are not only facing a shortage of skilled workers due to expatriates fleeing the country. Although more and more job positions undoubtedly remain vacant because radical Covid policies and growing nationalism in the country drive foreign workers out of the People’s Republic in droves, the local supply should theoretically be able to fill the gaps. After all, millions of university students graduate every year.

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