Chinese scholars ask where is the work

Cigarettes don’t require a master’s degree, so when China Tobacco Henan announced that nearly a third of new workers at its factories had college degrees, it sparked a national debate in China. Haven't these highly educated young people been thrown off the assembly line? Still factoring in the job security and competitive wages at the tobacco factory - about 8300 RMB (about US$1200) per month, compared to an average of 5800 RMB (US$835) per month - they really made a smart move decide?

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