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Half of college students want to work in second-tier cities: Survey [Copy link] 中文

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This shows their expectations are unrealistic, a 50% rise in their wage expectations in only a year! We know there is inflation but not that much.

If new graduates set their sights lower and were prepared to work their way up in a career they would have more chance of getting a job.

Having a degree does not mean you are ready for the workplace, far from it

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I also remember that time when I completed my four-year college life and got my Bachelor degree, I was desperately eager to go to first-tie city to hunt for an ideal job, I also firmly believe there have more chances than small city in first-tie cities. But now, my idea has got a alteration, after finish my postgraduate study, I am going to back to my home city and to seek a stable job.

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saltandpepper Post time: 2015-6-1 03:37
CPC should invest massive amount of infrastructures in TBT and xjg, create jobs oppurtunities and se ...

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