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From university to nowhere

Overview

A new risk factor is emerging in China in the shape of millions of graduates without work. There is a mismatch between the government-driven expansion of the university sector, creating skills and expectations, and the demands of the labour market.

The creation of a class of educated young people without prospects presents a potential source of social unrest - discontented students and young graduates have fuelled opposition movements from the late 19th century to the creation of...

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