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Want a job in China? US$7,700 VVVVVIP service still leaves applicants out of pocket, out of work

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]In an increasingly competitive job market, many Chinese graduates have turned to career advisory firms for help. Yet the coronavirus pandemic has made this fast growing industry a hotbed for complaints and controversies.George Zhao returned to Shanghai in September 2019 after studying in Britain. He was anxious about finding a job as it was almost the end of peak autumn hiring season. To boost his chances, he paid 36,000 yuan (US,500) to UniCareer, one of China’s leading career coaching…

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In an increasingly competitive job market, many Chinese graduates have turned to career advisory firms for help. Yet the coronavirus pandemic has made this fast growing industry a hotbed for complaints and controversies.George Zhao returned to Shanghai in September 2019 after studying in Britain. He was anxious about finding a job as it was almost the end of peak autumn hiring season. To boost his chances, he paid 36,000 yuan (US$5,500) to UniCareer, one of China’s leading career coaching…

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