Does your life live up to your expectation after graduating from a four-year college, spending over $240,000 in tuition? What if the only job you could find is being a driver getting paid $15 per hour?
An increasing number of Chinese parents are sending their children to the U.S. for higher education. For many of them, tuition is never much of a concern. What they care about is the reputation of the university, its ranking and its “big name.” What side effects does that mindset bring to their children as parents are sacrificing their children’s real interest and talent?
On the other hand, does getting into top university guarantee bright career outlook? This article observes career opportunities for students in those hottest programs such as engineering and business. Check it out if you’re in the middle of choosing your major.
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