The real problem is that the masters degree in the north of the Qing Dynasty is competing to enter the street office, and the surplus of education is the real problem

 The real problem is that the masters degree in the north of the Qing Dynasty is competing to enter the street office, and the surplus of education is the real problem

It sounds eye-catching, but you can understand the attitude of the street office in Yuhang District towards talents. These sub district offices are located in the parcel post district, with strong economic strength and advanced management concept. The average annual salary of the master and doctor is about 350000 yuan and 380000 Yuan respectively. Those who are admitted are free to choose two different types of status, i.e. employees of public institutions or senior employees of government departments. There are also a series of generous benefits, such as tens of thousands of yuan of housing subsidies, which sounds exciting.

In the era of robbing people, high-quality Street office work may have become the active choice of talents. And when the sub district office provides a good environment for talents, they can also update and upgrade the working methods of the sub district office, so as to really do something practical for the people. An example is novel coronavirus pneumonia in Yuhang district. After this years new crown pneumonia outbreak, the leisure forest in the Yuhang district needs to collect and manage the populations trip. Chen Ji, a Peking University graduate, works in the design of the two-dimensional code to let residents fill in the questionnaire, and collect more than 10 000 peoples travel information in 3 days.

If we really want to pay attention to it, we should pay more attention to the imbalance of academic education. In a study in 2017, American scholar Roscoe put forward Chinas Rosso problem. In his study, the enrollment rate of urban high school reached 93%, while that of poor rural areas was only 37%. The number of ordinary workers receiving adequate education (high school education) was insufficient. That is to say, the fierce competition and resource surplus in the city lead to the surplus of high education, but in the poor rural areas which really need knowledge, the development hope is less and less.

There is a similar phenomenon overseas. In April 2019, data released by the office for national statistics showed that one third of the current jobs in the UK are over educated. Li Fengliang, associate professor of Education Research Institute of Tsinghua University, and Wang Liang, a doctoral student, analyzed in an article that the causes of over education include the mismatch of labor market, excessive investment in education, and the important inducement of economic downturn.

A person with a high degree of education is not necessarily a person with a high degree. A persons education may be more reflected in his inner quality than in his direct ability to realize his money. People with higher education can start their own businesses to earn money, such as Lu Buxuan, a graduate of Peking University who sells meat. They can also stick to their majors or pursue their ideals. For example, some of them choose to enter poor cultural and Museum institutions. As long as the economy is self-sufficient and the spirit is rich, there is nothing wrong with how individuals choose.

The task of the government and society is to make a good balance, so that more people can enjoy a relatively fair education, or let those who have graduated find jobs that are relatively suitable for their own development. Only in this way can we avoid the waste of highly educated talents piling up and blindly pursuing diplomas and social resources.

This article source: Netease education comprehensive responsibility editor: Yang Hui_ NQ4978