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In Recession, Chinese Students Choose to Stay in College

China Press, new report, Posted: Dec 30, 2008

NEW YORK In the current economic recession, a lot of international Chinese students are choosing to stay in school for another degree while they wait for better employment opportunities to open up. The China Press reports that statistics from universities show that they've received more applications for master or PH.D. degrees this year from both current students and professionals who plan to return to school. Chinese student Jingsheng Gao, who graduated from Harvard University this summer has not landed a job yet. To keep his status in the United States he applied to Yale Law School. Ting Wang, who planed to work after receiving her master degree, had to keep working for a PH.D. degree since she didnt land a job either.




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