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Many people in Hong Kong consider that earning a university degree is the key to achieving upward social mobility. Yet, statistics reveal that in terms of the average salary and its rate of increase, local university graduates have been facing a worsening situation. Is it a sign of a malfunction of the formula for success or a call for a structural change in the education system?
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.