U.S. Grads Head to China to Jump-Start Their Careers

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Aug 15, 2009 • References: nytimes
According to the New York Times, some U.S. grads are beating the recession by taking jobs in China. In some states, like California, where 11.6% unemployed, heading abroad is the only solid option that emerges from a cloud of uncertainty.

The New York Times also reports that China's GDP rose 7.9% last quarter over the same period in 2008. Coupled with an urban unemployment rate of 4.3%, it's no wonder more and more U.S. grads are heading to China to take their chances. Check out the full NYT article below. Stats for Expat Recession-Beaters Trending: Older & Chilly
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