Over 10,000 students from Taiyuan University of Technology, including those who will graduate in 2019 and who graduated in the previous years, look for job opportunities at a job fair held on campus in Taiyuan city, capital city of China’s Shanxi province, on November 17, 2018. Photo: Imaginechina

China’s start-ups still advertising for ‘good-looking’ tech workers despite past criticism

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Over 10,000 students from Taiyuan University of Technology, including those who will graduate in 2019 and who graduated in the previous years, look for job opportunities at a job fair held on campus in Taiyuan city, capital city of China’s Shanxi province, on November 17, 2018. Photo: Imaginechina
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