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Think it’s tough finding employment in the United States? Try a Chinese job fair: China Photos/Getty Images Job seekers visit the first large-scale job fair held at the China International Exhibition Center after the Olympics Games on September 21, 2008, in Beijing.

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BEIJING, CHINA - SEPTEMBER 21: (CHINA OUT) Job seekers visit the first large scale job fair held at the China International Exhibition Center after the Olympics Games on September 21, 2008 in Beijing, China. About 100,000 are expected to visit the fair running from September 21 to 22. According to Hu Xiaoyi, Vice Minister of Labour and Social Security, China's employment situation would maintain stable development after the Olympic Games. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)

Think it's tough finding employment in the United States?

Try a Chinese job fair:

China Photos/Getty Images

Think it’s tough finding employment in the United States?

Try a Chinese job fair:

China Photos/Getty Images

Job seekers visit the first large-scale job fair held at the China International Exhibition Center after the Olympics Games on September 21, 2008, in Beijing.

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