China's New Graduates Want to Work for State-Owned Enterprises

China's new graduates are now more attracted to state-owned enterprises than foreign-owned companies, reports the China Daily.


Citing ChinaHR, one of the country's online employment agencies, the Daily notes that graduates would continue to prefer Chinese State-owned companies because they are more stable and offer "a lot of hidden benefits to offer their employees."


According to the survey, only two foreign companies--Google and Procter and Gamble--made it to the top 10 best employers, ranked sixth and eighth respectively. Among the survey's top 50 best employers, 33 were state-owned enterprises.

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