China’s job shortage leads fresh graduates to shun the private sector for stable public service positions as “the government is too big to fail”

China’s job shortage leads fresh graduates to shun the private sector for stable public service positions as “the government is too big to fail”




This is the fifth in a series of stories about China’s labor market that explores its history, the role of migrant workers, inequality, and the future of its graduates entering the working world with a steady government job in mind. In addition to studying as a master’s student in public administration, the 25-year-old has ambitious plans to devote at least 12 hours a day to studying citizenship….

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This is the fifth in a series of stories about China’s labor market that explores its history, the role of migrant workers, inequality, and the future of its graduates entering the working world with a steady government job in mind. In addition to studying as a master’s student in public administration, the 25-year-old has ambitious plans to devote at least 12 hours a day to studying citizenship….

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