ird of the college graduates chose to pursue a post-graduate degree instead of entering the job mark
et, and within six months of graduation more than 90 percent college graduates found employment.
Despite all this, there are still many structural employment problems. Take college graduate
s for example. Many college graduates seek a high-paying job and a majority of them prefer to work in the e
astern region, first-tier cities and large enterprises, which are wishes the employment market can hardly fulfill, esp
ecially because some college graduates don’t possess the skills to meet the market’s demands.
What should be a bigger concern, however, is the possible impact of the Si
no-US trade dispute on the job market. In 2009, the estimated unemployment rate among