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Post time 2013-5-15 09:09:28 |Display all floors
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Yuan Chengxun is just graduated from university. In order to earn 1500 yuan every month, he becomes a mover in Chang Sha, enduring harsh environment and laborious job.


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Jinan employs 5 graduates to clean the toilet. They sign the contract and are the members of cleaning-up group after six-mouth trial period. Zhang Ting is one of these graduates.


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One job fair targeting kindergarten teachers was held in Beijing in November, 2010. In order to make a good impression on employer, Yuan Ye, a big boy danced on the spot.


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Post time 2013-5-15 09:30:24 |Display all floors
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Yang Yulong is famous on the Internet because of selling pancakes in trencher cap. He has tried many jobs after graduation, but fails. “ Ideal does’t matter any more, it is making a living that matters now,” he says.


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He Gen is surfing on the Internet to learn to raise cattle and get the latest information about cattle market. After graduation, he becomes a “cowboy ” in Hu Bei, 2012.


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Hu Pan, a graduate , is learning to use pneumatic drill in the pit in Chong Qing in 2012.

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Li Dabin is the first male confinement nurse with a master degree in China. He is caressing a baby in a hospital in Chang Sha, in 2012.


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