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Majority of HK graduates willing to work on mainland
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update on Friday, May 14, 2010
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About 70 per cent of university students in Hong Kong are willing to work on the mainland after graduation, Xinhua reports. A survey by the Hong Kong United Youth Association, which canvassed 460 students from six universities in Hong Kong, found that Shanghai was the respondents' first choice, followed by Beijing. About 11 per cent of students said they would accept a job for less than HK$5,000 a month.


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