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Will soaring house prices drive away talents? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2017-3-17 15:13:18 |Display all floors
The number of Tsinghua graduates who work and live in Beijing has declined to less 50 percent per year for four consecutive years. A post has been discussed online that many Tsinghua and Beida graduates have to leave Beijing and seek job in other cities due to its soaring housing prices. Beijing needs to retain the talents needed to foster its development but sky-high housing prices are forcing many young professionals to leave the capital.

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Post time 2017-3-24 10:05:41 |Display all floors
I disagree. I think it is important that talents go elsewhere than first tier cities, to distribute development also elsewhere. China already is far too divided between first tier cities and rest of the country.


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Post time 2017-3-24 13:47:22 |Display all floors
Rapid economic development of rural China will help to attract non local and retain local as well as train and educate local work force to build the required foundation. Once, that foundation is firm and constructive, pressure on the first tier cities will subside. This will ensure conitnuous even distriubtion of talents all over China.

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Post time 2017-3-25 17:28:46 |Display all floors
If talented university educated Chinese cannot afford to buy a house in Beijing then which Chinese can?  

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