Yeung Wai-yip, an university graduate who became a bar-bender, poses for a photo at a construction site in Hung Shui Kiu. Hong Kong society has been accused of looking down on blue-collar labourers, even though the city needs them and they can make more money than some university graduates. Photo: Edward Wong

Is a degree still worth the time and money for Hong Kong students, when blue-collar jobs can pay more?

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Yeung Wai-yip, an university graduate who became a bar-bender, poses for a photo at a construction site in Hung Shui Kiu. Hong Kong society has been accused of looking down on blue-collar labourers, even though the city needs them and they can make more money than some university graduates. Photo: Edward Wong
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