China graduates call the shots

July 2007
People Management;7/26/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 15, p19
The article reports that delegates at the recent conference of the Association of Graduate Recruiters claim that Chinese graduates have a more positive attitude to work than their counterparts in Great Britain. Graham Thompsett of Ford Motor Company in Nanjing, China, has told delegates that Chinese graduates were better than those in Britain because of their desire to learn and ability to cope with change. A survey of graduates and young professionals in China has found that the most popular graduate employer was the state-owned China Mobile.


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