For our earlier episode of this series, please check A Rabbi, a Priest, and a Minister Walk Into a Bar.
In 2001, 1.15 million students graduated from Chinese colleges, but the number has gone up six times today. Global financial crisis hit the Chinese graduates as hard as in USA and Europe, and the number of new graduates not finding jobs is rising rapidly. However, the solution proposed by the leader of Chinese communist party seems to be different. While US universities are busy introducing Federal grant-writing lessons as part of PhD program, in ‘communist’ China -
However, the authorities have a clear picture of the difficulties facing young job seekers. Premier Li Keqiang told college graduates that they should not just be content with looking for a job but should consider starting their own businesses when he met students in Lanzhou University on Sunday.