Graduates conquer series of tough challenges

By YU RAN in Shanghai | China Daily | Updated: 2022-07-27 07:22
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Luosang Yisi, 21, runs a restaurant in his hometown in Maizhokunggar county, Lhasa, Tibet autonomous region. [JIANG FAN/XINHUA]

Primary goal

Li Huayan, 22, graduated from Guangxi University of Finance and Economics this month after studying marketing. Finding a suitable job in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province, is her main aim.

She decided to go to Guangzhou after she graduated, because she believes that big cities offer a more promising future.

However, she failed to receive an offer from a PR company she applied to in the past month.

"I left my hometown of Nanning, Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, for Guangzhou on impulse, naively thinking that it would be easier to land a job in a big city, but I found it hard to find a decent position anywhere," Li Huayan said.

She is still confident of landing a job in Guangzhou, as she continues to receive calls from companies to attend interviews every day, even though she is not offered work after most of them.

"I received some job offers, but I didn't accept them, as I found out after the interviews that the positions I applied for were probably not suitable for full-time work," Li Huayan said.

She added that she will remain in Guangzhou for two months looking for work, because she believes she will soon find a fulfilling job at a company where there are friendly colleagues.

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