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Major cities losing their allure for new graduates [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-1-21 11:38:22 |Display all floors
After much consideration, Ying Hanlu decided against finding work in Beijing and Shanghai and instead returned home after graduating in the summer.
"My boyfriend and I were having a hard time with a long-distance relationship, so after he found a job in our hometown I followed," she said.
Rising property prices and tightened restrictions on hukou - permanent residence permits - made life "too unce ...

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Post time 2014-1-21 11:38:23 |Display all floors
rational choice

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Post time 2014-1-21 13:23:41 |Display all floors
personally, althrough i am working in the eastern city which is nearby Shanghai, however i am quite agree with such change especially for the graduated students that come from middle or east of China. Of course, sometimes the tier one cities may stands for high salary, strong ability, even the wealth and social class, however money and wealth doesn't mean everything, keep health under a less stressful ambient is more important, and your families are also a important factor you need to consider about.

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Post time 2014-1-21 13:55:14 |Display all floors
I lived in Guangzhou for about 3 years and I will never live in tier 1 city again!

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