An invisible thread pulls many graduates, step by step, in the network woven by the institution, and the entry code to the destination is a high fee.
In Ake's memory, contact with job-seeking agencies was almost a fateful arrangement.
"I went back to China to participate in the autumn email list recruitment last year, but I have repeatedly hit a wall. I am already very anxious, and my family keeps urging you every day, saying that you spend so much energy on going to the United States for graduate school, and you can't even find a job when you come back." Ake said , things eventually evolved to the point that he felt that it was wrong to sit on the sofa and breathe.
In order to relieve the pressure, he kept posting experience posts and information posts on social platforms such as Zhihu and Xiaohongshu, hoping to find a solution.
It was at this moment that a post from a job-seeking agency came across. The sharing of the successful landing of graduates in it made him seem to see a light.
Unable to tell whether it was a ghost or a sudden illness, Ake took the initiative to contact the agency contact person, "After she asked me for information, she said that she would give me a 15-minute job evaluation assessment. Fair analysis."
The persuasive appeasement gave the anxious Akke a sense of redemption at that moment. After that, the other party will contact him every three or five times to talk with him, resolve the distress, and finally share the latest good news of landing.
Over a period of time, Ake became dependent on institutions.
Similar to his experience, there is also Cai Quan, who came back from a graduate degree in finance at an Australian university (ranked in the top 100 by QS). His goal is to be a top domestic consulting company, but because he was not familiar with the situation, he only entered at the end of the autumn recruitment. The effect can be imagined.