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What decide the employment of university graduate the most,

whether the test scores, or the ability, or the family background (social class), or relationship?

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the key words:

1 2nd generation of the poor
2 2nd generation of the rich
3 2nd generation of migrant workers
4 Dual management system, or Hukou system, city-hukou and village-hukou system
5 The test scores and the abilities
6 The family backgrounds (the social classes) and the relationship
7 The government power, the wealth, the relationship of dad weigh much heavier in job seeking than anything else.
8 Tough to get jobs
9 complaints never come from the competition in abilities and experience, but from the different family backgrounds (social classes).
10 It's not tough to start a career in education organizations and media organizations, but tough to move up the career ladders, because individual intelligence & hard works is only a reference factor.
11 The relationship alone won't lead success without a little elementary ability.
12 inherited poverty
13 Young Chinese don't want to give birth to the 3nd generation of the poor. Because they don't want to be slaves around this life journey, from the present mortgage slaves to the children slaves.
14 the widenning gap between the poor and the rich
15 the university tuitions soared.
16 The leading ideology of Chinese government - "Social efficiency Decide social fairness&justness."
17 lack of the enforcement of present law system.

18 Regain the hopes and the believes.

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source: news.163.com/11/0331/03/70ENRQCS00014AED.html
from Peopledaily newspaper

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