It is estimated that there are three million college graduates in China who struggle to find a job (See Article from LA Times). Since 1999, China government has started to increase the enrollment of universities by 30% annually. A side effect of the enlarged enrollment is starting to be felt in the recent years. According to a latest estimate, there are about 20 million undergraduates enrolled into universities in 2008. However, whether the country can provide 20 million job vacancies by the time that they graduate is a big question mark. In fact, in some regions such as Canton province, a phenomenon surfaced that the employers are struggling to find any labor and are willing to pay a hefty premium for hard labors than college graduates. After all, maybe the country doesn’t need that many ‘educated’ professionals.