Guangming Daily reported on a survey that collected information collected from 2,547 recent college graduates. The research showed that less than 30 percent of those surveyed felt that the job they obtained met their expectations. Less than 30 percent thought they did a good job, while over 40 percent felt that, with their current income, they could barely make ends meet. The results also showed that 75 percent felt the pressure, while only one percent felt the pressure was unbearable.
Source: Guangming Daily, September 21, 2015