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More than one-fifth of graduates from Peking University (shown in our illustration), Beijing earn a salary of more than RMB10,000(about US$1,333) per month which far outstrips the potential earning power of students from almost every other university in the country.
The statistics were based on a survey of 1,321 graduates carried out by the university’s employment guidance center. They show that graduating from PKU, the equivalent of Oxford or Cambridge, Harvard or Yale, almost guarantees a well-paid graduate-entry job.
The PKU survey also showed that the income of 73% of the university’s graduates is above RMB4,000 (about US$533) per month, and 65% of the graduates are satisfied with their jobs.
A separate survey carried out by the employment guidance center of Fudan University in Shanghai showed the average salary for college graduates working in Beijing is RMB2,950 (about US$410), while the figure is RMB2,750 (US$367) in Shanghai, RMB3,650 (US$488) in Guangdong and RMB3,000 ($US400) in Tianjin.
Source: China Views