In China, more than 6 million graduates hit the job market this year. College enrollment has surged, and the labor market can't keep up. After leaving campus, many grads are forced to bunk together, sometimes six to a room, in crowded apartment buildings in areas known as "ant colonies." Two young men living in one composed an ode to their plight, called "Song of the Ants"
China's Struggling Graduates Bunk In 'Ant Colonies'
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