It is not easy for this year's graduates to find a job - as many as 10.76 million fresh graduates have poured into the workplace, an increase of nearly 20% compared to 2021.
"I'm not in 211, I have a bachelor's degree in economics, and I don't have a single offer for spring recruiting." Zhang Tao regrets going to graduate school email list in autumn last year. As a result, he failed the postgraduate entrance examination and the provincial exam was postponed.
This is not an exception. The "2022 Graduation Season Research and Analysis Report" released by 58.com and Ganji Zhizhao shows that as of May 29, only 29% of college graduates have found jobs or got offers.
In fact, not only this year, but in the past two or three years, the employment situation has been grim. In order to find a way out, some young people have found another way, choosing to avoid the saturated "internal volume" track such as Dachang and Kao Gong, and "sink" to other employment spaces.
Take food delivery, for example, according to Meituan’s 2020 data, the proportion of food delivery brothers with a college degree or above is as high as 24.7%; for example, in housekeeping, data released by the National Health Service Standardization Technical Committee in 2019 shows that among maternal and child health care practitioners, undergraduates Education and above increased by 10% to 20%.
In fact, putting aside the "white-collar" obsession, the employment space is wider than imagined. On social platforms, many young people are also sharing their experiences: some people enter the zoo as a breeder after graduating from college; some people work as waiters, because of the advantages of undergraduate education, they are quickly promoted to store managers; some people leave top venture capital institutions to work in the housekeeping industry Entrepreneurship...