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Promising Alternatives

Wang Qiwen graduated in June from the Communication University of Zhejiang, in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province in east China. However, in contrast to many fresh college graduates who are still struggling to land a job, Wang has already quit her first job.

As a broadcast major, she worked as an intern at a radio station and a TV station during her college years. Upon graduation, the 22-year-old was hired by a multi-channel network, but she wasn’t happy because she felt that she couldn’t fully use her creativity and realize her value.

“I just didn’t feel the job was right for me, so I quit,”

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