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Nearly 70 percent of young happy in career: survey
Last Updated: 2017-12-19 13:28 | Xinhua
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Almost 70 percent of Chinese employees aged 18 to 35 say they feel happy in their jobs, according to a survey by China Youth Daily Tuesday.

The survey found that career happiness increased in people who had a higher education. More than 80 percent of those with a master's degree or above were happy at work, while only half of those without a high school education were happy.

Over 60 percent of people unhappy in their job said that salary was the top factor hindering happiness, followed by interpersonal relationships, and unclear career planning.

More than 50 percent of people suggested prioritizing personal interests in career choices to increase happiness.

"Universities and colleges should offer more career guidance and internships to help students learn what they want," said Wang Hong, a member of the China Career Development Mentor.

The survey questioned 1,983 people, over 75 percent of whom are in the first- and second-tier cities.

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