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China Daily / 2021-11 / 26 / Page018

Fresh graduates look further afield

By Fang Aiqing | China Daily | Updated: 2021-11-26 00:00

Research points to greater internationalization as young Chinese take their first career steps, Fang Aiqing reports.

Around three quarters of graduates from the nation's top universities would like to take up their first job in China, a new research suggests.

The report, "University Alumni Insights: Career Development Prospects for Chinese and Global Graduates 2021", produced by Beijing-based Center for China and Globalization and the United States-based professional networking site LinkedIn was released on Nov 18.

The sample, referred to as Chinese U10 graduates, is drawn from around 190,000 LinkedIn users who claim to have graduated between 2016 and 2020 from 10 of the universities that are supported by the national Double First-Class initiative that aims to develop world-class universities and first-class disciplines.

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