More Overseas Students Returning Home to Find Work
More Chinese students who studied overseas are coming home to works as they see s stagnant economic situation overseas a trend predicted to continue more in the coming years. A recent survey that was conducted by the Chinese international education service provider EIC showed that more than 20 percent of the returning overseas Chinese students think that in coming home they can find better work opportunities.
In the recent years the growth in china have encouraged overseas students to return home to look for work, which at the same time showed the difficulty of a Chinese students in looking for work in other countries. These students say that due to the uncertainty of the economic situation in a different country is one of the biggest obstacles that they usually encounter which makes it hard to find a suitable job for them.
Last year more than 270,000 students came home after studying abroad. This figure is 50 percent more compared to 2011 and for the past five years the number of returning students have already reached 800,000.some say that language ability and professional requirements were also factors that contributed or influenced employment. While some say that a poor adaptability to overseas environment and weaknesses in understanding the language usually make employment difficult and is the most common problem the student’s encounter thus some choose to return home to find work instead of working abroad.