<<With almost three out of four high-school students going to college in an effort to get a top-paying job in one of the leading industrial groups, known as chaebols, South Korea is being flooded with more college graduates than it needs. Its 30 biggest companies hired 260,000 of them last year, leaving another 60,000 to swell the youth-unemployment rate to 6.4 percent in August, more than twice the national average.>><<SEOUL, South Korea —Kim Hye-min boasts a 4.0 grade-point average at one of South Korea's top colleges, a perfect score in English proficiency and internships at Samsung Card and AT Kearney. All of her 20 job applications were rejected."A degree from a good university used to guarantee a spot at least at a top 10 company, but that was when a college degree actually meant something," Kim, 25, said as she walked to a Chinese lesson she's taking to boost her chance of joining one of the nation's most prestigious employers. "I studied hard and did everything right, but there are too many of us who did.">>http://seattletimes.com/html/nationworld/2019185996_koreajob...
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