(From China Daily)
The difficulties encountered by college graduates in finding suitable jobs underline the grim reality of China's employment situation.
The problem is particularly acute among female college grads - a growing number of whom are resorting to unconventional job-search methods.
Besides the traditional scenarios of visiting job fairs and mailing out resumes, some female college graduates have started attaching revealing photographs to their resumes.
Inclusion of an eye-grabbing photo of the student clad in a school uniform, mini-skirt or even a bikini is seen as a way to impress prospective employers and boost the chances of landing a job.
Some female graduates also highlight their dancing and singing skills and boast they are heavy drinkers so as to prove themselves qualified for public relations posts. These controversial strategies have sparked hot debate, with some critics labeling them a sign of moral decay.
But female college students and some teachers defend these measures as a necessary response to unequal access of female graduates to employment.
The argument has won agreement from most …