A Look at China’s Increasingly Educated Workforce

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March 25 (Bloomberg) -- On today's “Single Best Chart,” Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu looks at the increasing number of Chinese university graduates on Bloomberg Television's “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Speaking of china, here is single best chart.

A chart that shows big numbers.

Looking at the number of college graduates produced by china in diversity.

The total number of university graduates in china when from nearly 7 million in 2012 from 2 million in 2003, up 250% over the past decade.

Just on the basis of comparison, look at how the u.s. that's of -- stacks up.

This is why my kids will not be able to get in.

Like i do not agree.

I think there is smart stuff.

The ceo of richard levin talked about this with great ability.

There are quality academics in china.

There is a whole subset, it is like wait a minute.

We have great inflation.

What you are effectively saying is they have diploma inflation.

The academics of it.

Linear all jerome.

Did not get anywhere today.

That chart probably under represents the full potential of what china is trying to do with the education system.

When i was ceo, we were over there a lot.

They were trying to figure out how to get those that were seven and eight hours out of the city into the education system.

Did you see a record to the less prestigious academics?

China is copying the model in many ways.

They are actively making investments to improve the education system, oath from a physical place, as well as online.

Online kobe the way to solve the infrastructure problem -- all mine will be the way to solve the infrastructure problem we were talking about.

It's a number of schools putting education not just on the internet but on smart phones as well.

It is interesting.

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