US media reported recently that, affected by the financial crisis, college graduates throughout the nation face gloomy job market prospects. But the growing economy and low cost of living in China is a lure to them.
The global financial crisis has led to Wall Street losing some 40,000 job opportunities, while 130,000 job opportunities in relevant industries have been cut.
"It’s just so cheap to start a business in China." It cost him the equivalent of $12,000.
People’s Daily Online said among many young Americans there is the thought of rapid promotion.
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