Hong Kong's fresh graduates lack general knowledge and loyalty towards their employers, according to a survey of more than 300 businesses. The survey, conducted by City University and the Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong, found that most employers were dissatisfied with fresh graduates' level of knowledge about the world and their level of persistence in their careers. The survey interviewed 326 employers in September and October. About 75 per cent of respondents said fresh university graduates - those with less than a year's work experience - had little loyalty to the company, changing jobs frequently. About 64 per cent of respondents said students should improve their business sense and general knowledge. Stella Lee Wai-fan, of the manufacturers' association, said: 'In the past, people didn't even talk about changing jobs until they had worked at a company for at least one year. Now people come and go every two to three months.' City University vice-president Paul Lam Kwan-sing said: 'If you have 10 jobs within two years on your curriculum vitae, it doesn't mean you are well-rounded. It doesn't look good to employers.'