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Graduates turn to plastic surgery
Updated: 2005-01-12 16:38

The Shanghai-based Xinmin Evening News reports that the fierce competition in the job market is causing job seekers to use plastic surgery to improve their appearance.

Job hunters talk with company representatives at at job-stand during a job fair held in the National Agricultural Exhibition Hall in Beijing July 24, 2003. [newsphoto]

Many college graduates are using plastic surgery to improve their chances of getting a job, especially in Changsha, capital city of central south China's Hunan Province.

However, the Human Resource experts in some companies believe that a company pays more attention to the interviewee's ability, instead of his or her appearance.

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