These days, it’s that time again. Millions of university graduates of the so-called Generation Z are being flushed onto the job market in China’s cities. Although their degrees alone give them a very good chance of finding a job, not all of them will get the job they long for. More and more young Chinese see the pressure to perform at universities as unrealistic. Even the best grades no longer guarantee a smooth start to a career.
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