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Graduates Face Many Barriers in Job Hunting It is graduation time again. Whether joining the social workforce or pursuingadvanced studies, about four million Chinese graduates will soon turn a new page intheir lives. Still, no matter what,

Graduates Face Many Barriers in Job Hunting
  It is graduation time again. Whether joining the social workforce or pursuingadvanced studies, about four million Chinese graduates will soon turn a new page intheir lives. Still, no matter what, campus life will remain deeply etched on the mindsof China's former students. What lies ahead for the country's graduates?
  Statistics released by relevant departments of China show that in 2006, graduatesfrom all Chinese colleges and universities numbered 4.13 million, up 750,000 from2005 with a growth rate of roughly 22%. Hence, the employment tension furtherintensifies. Meanwhile, various intangible barriers exist in social relations, regionalrestriction, permanent residency and university's reputation have made the graduates'job-hunting process tougher.
  Some analyze that against the backdrop of intensified employment tension foruniversity graduates, needy students from rural and urban areas usually findthemselves in relatively inferior positions.
  Some graduates realize that in order to get a job, they have to sign some “unfairtreaties” that promise not to take the postgraduate exam or leave the company withinseveral years, or they have to pay 5,000 Yuan for breaching the contract. Somerecruiters even declare openly that they only need students from famous universities,so graduates from other schools are not even entitled to apply.
  Currently the contradiction in China's higher education has transferred from enteringto leaving a university and from the difficulty in enrollment to employment aftergraduation. It has become a common phenomenon that “graduates become jobless”.Should this problem not be tackled rightly, the employment issue would turn into anew factor that causes social instability.
29.College—A New Experience
  Living at college, first of all, gives me a sense of responsibility, of being on myown. My parents aren’t around to say, “No, you’re not going out tonight” or “Did youfinish your homework?” Everything I do has to be my decision, and that gives me theresponsibility of handling my own life. During the second week I was at college, I hadto go out and look for a bank where I could open an account. Before that I looked inthe phone book since I had no clue about any banks around here or where they werelocated. I went to the bank and made decisions for myself—whether to have achecking or savings account and whether or not to get a MASTER card.
  Friendly people: that’s another aspect I like about college. On my first day (andeven now) people were nice to me. I came to Marymount University here in Virginiafrom New York and – even though I’d been here before—I was a bit confused aboutwhere I was going. My mother and I drove in, not knowing the building we weresupposed to go to, and the guard was especially nice: with a smile, he told us whatbuilding we were looking for and where we could park our car. Some upperclassmensaw me and asked, “Are you a new student?” When they found out I was looking formy dormitory, one said, “Oh, just follow us; that’s where we’re going.” Even now Ifeel comfortable in the dorm because there are friendly people around to talk with.
  Finally—to add to my likes of college—I love having Saturdays off. Also, I loveto sleep in, something I couldn’t do in high school.
 


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