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Unemployment and Chinese College Grads

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 10, 2013


China graduated 7 million university students this year, but unfortunately most of them suck. The reasons are genetic and cultural. Culturally speaking, the Chinese rely so much on bribery to get things done, that they spend little time doing things the right way and worry about doing school right. Universities have been turned i to diploma mills all so that China can boast of zillions of grads. Unfortunately, those schools are ill equipped to deal with the 21 st century, and neither are their students.

The students have to fight with other one child policy duds who have a degraded work ethic, lack confidence and horrible interpersonals. Unfortunately for them, the economy is slowing and nobody wants to hire such people. Even though there are 7 million new grads, companies are reducing new hires by 15%.

What this means is that China has more grads, but fewer jobs to offer them.

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