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  •  - Bodyguard trainees carry other trainees during a training session in Sanya, Hainan province

    Bodyguard trainees carry other trainees during a training session in Sanya, Hainan province

    Posted: 3/18/2012 6:04:15 AM EST
    Bodyguard trainees carry other trainees during a training session in Sanya, Hainan province March 18, 2012. A total of 36 trainees, mostly college graduates and special forces, participated in the training session on Sunday. Trainees will have to undergo 28 days of training to develop sufficient skills to serve their clients, according to Tianjiao Special Guard/Security Consultant Ltd. Co. The company will then offer the best trainee a chance to attend further study at the International Security Academy in Israel. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - Bodyguard trainees carry other trainees during a training session in Sanya, Hainan province

    Bodyguard trainees carry other trainees during a training session in Sanya, Hainan province

    Posted: 3/18/2012 6:03:01 AM EST
    Bodyguard trainees carry other trainees during a training session in Sanya, Hainan province March 18, 2012. A total of 36 trainees, mostly college graduates and special forces, participated in the training session on Sunday. Trainees will have to undergo 28 days of training to develop sufficient skills to serve their clients, according to Tianjiao Special Guard/Security Consultant Ltd. Co. The company will then offer the best trainee a chance to attend further study at the International Security Academy in Israel. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - Bodyguard trainees carry other trainees during a training session in Sanya, Hainan province

    Bodyguard trainees carry other trainees during a training session in Sanya, Hainan province

    Posted: 3/18/2012 6:01:34 AM EST
    Bodyguard trainees carry other trainees during a training session in Sanya, Hainan province March 18, 2012. A total of 36 trainees, mostly college graduates and special forces, participated in the training session on Sunday. Trainees will have to undergo 28 days of training to develop sufficient skills to serve their clients, according to Tianjiao Special Guard/Security Consultant Ltd. Co. The company will then offer the best trainee a chance to attend further study at the International Security Academy in Israel. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - Students attend their college graduation ceremony in Shanghai's Fudan University

    Students attend their college graduation ceremony in Shanghai's Fudan University

    Posted: 7/2/2011 9:39:52 AM EST
    Students attend their college graduation ceremony in Shanghai's Fudan University July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
  •  - A student arrives for his college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    A student arrives for his college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    Posted: 7/2/2011 9:38:05 AM EST
    A student arrives for his college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
  •  - Students attend their college graduation ceremony in Shanghai's Fudan University

    Students attend their college graduation ceremony in Shanghai's Fudan University

    Posted: 7/2/2011 9:34:34 AM EST
    Students attend their college graduation ceremony in Shanghai's Fudan University July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
  •  - A mother prepares her daughter for her college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    A mother prepares her daughter for her college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    Posted: 7/2/2011 9:32:44 AM EST
    A mother prepares her daughter for her college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
  •  - Zhang Yingqi talks to a teacher as she receives her college diploma during a graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    Zhang Yingqi talks to a teacher as she receives her college diploma during a graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    Posted: 7/2/2011 9:30:39 AM EST
    Zhang Yingqi, 23, talks to a teacher as she receives her college diploma during a graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
  •  - A student sits outside the Fudan University campus before his college graduation ceremony in Shanghai

    A student sits outside the Fudan University campus before his college graduation ceremony in Shanghai

    Posted: 7/2/2011 9:28:46 AM EST
    A student sits outside the Fudan University campus before his college graduation ceremony in Shanghai July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
  •  - A student arrives for his graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    A student arrives for his graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    Posted: 7/2/2011 9:26:48 AM EST
    A student arrives for his graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
  •  - Students attend their graduation ceremony in Shanghai's Fudan University

    Students attend their graduation ceremony in Shanghai's Fudan University

    Posted: 7/2/2011 9:25:14 AM EST
    Students attend their graduation ceremony in Shanghai's Fudan University July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
  •  - A student listens to a speech during her college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    A student listens to a speech during her college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    Posted: 7/2/2011 9:23:38 AM EST
    A student listens to a speech during her college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
  •  - Students attend their college graduation ceremony in Shanghai's Fudan University

    Students attend their college graduation ceremony in Shanghai's Fudan University

    Posted: 7/2/2011 9:22:14 AM EST
    Students attend their college graduation ceremony in Shanghai's Fudan University July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
  •  - Graduates throw their mortar boards into the air after their graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    Graduates throw their mortar boards into the air after their graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    Posted: 7/2/2011 9:18:28 AM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING SPELLING OF UNIVERSITY NAME Graduates throw their mortar boards into the air after their graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
  •  - Zhang Yingqi gets emotional before her college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    Zhang Yingqi gets emotional before her college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    Posted: 7/2/2011 9:17:35 AM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING SPELLING OF UNIVERSITY NAME Zhang Yingqi, 23, gets emotional before her college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
  •  - Zhang Yingqi puts on her make-up as she prepares for her college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    Zhang Yingqi puts on her make-up as she prepares for her college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai

    Posted: 7/2/2011 9:12:15 AM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING SPELLING OF UNIVERSITY NAME Zhang Yingqi, 23, puts on her make-up as she prepares for her college graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
  •  - Graduates throw their mortar boards into the air after their graduation ceremony at Fundan University in Shanghai

    Graduates throw their mortar boards into the air after their graduation ceremony at Fundan University in Shanghai

    Posted: 7/2/2011 9:09:02 AM EST
    Graduates throw their mortar boards into the air after their graduation ceremony at Fundan University in Shanghai July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
  •  - A graduate sits on his bed after his graduation ceremony next to his textbooks and belongings as he gets ready to move out of his dorm at a university in Heifei

    A graduate sits on his bed after his graduation ceremony next to his textbooks and belongings as he gets ready to move out of his dorm at a university in Heifei

    Posted: 6/25/2011 5:59:21 AM EST
    A graduate sits on his bed after his graduation ceremony next to his textbooks and belongings as he gets ready to move out of his dorm at a university in Heifei, Anhui province, June 25, 2011. China's State Council said that the country is facing a risk of creating jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015, as it forecasts a steady increase in the number of graduates over the next five years, Xinhua News Agency reported. According to the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, China will have about 6.6 million college graduates in 2011. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - Graduates throw their mortar boards after their graduation ceremony at a university in Heifei

    Graduates throw their mortar boards after their graduation ceremony at a university in Heifei

    Posted: 6/25/2011 5:56:47 AM EST
    Graduates throw their mortar boards after their graduation ceremony at a university in Heifei, Anhui province, June 25, 2011. China's State Council said that the country is facing a risk of creating jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015, as it forecasts a steady increase in the number of graduates over the next five years, Xinhua News Agency reported. According to the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, China will have about 6.6 million college graduates in 2011. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS)
  •  - File photo of job seekers in Yantai

    File photo of job seekers in Yantai

    Posted: 5/5/2011 1:45:37 AM EST
    Job seekers wait to enter a job fair for college graduates in Yantai, Shandong province in this February 12, 2011 file photo. China's census results show the world's second-biggest economy is nearing a demographic watershed that will auger wage rises, higher inflation and relatively lower growth, a prominent government economist said in comments published on Thursday. Ba Shusong, a senior economist at the State Council Development Research Centre, which advises the central government, said the 2010 census data issued last week, together with a clutch of other statistics, showed China's supply of abundant cheap labour would start shrinking soon. REUTERS/Stringer/Files (CHINA - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS) CHINA OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN CHINA