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Korean graduates 'lack jobs'

South Korea holds its national college entrance exam on Thursday and this year the pressure for academic success is as fierce as ever.

But many young Koreans are finding that when they graduate there are not enough jobs to go around.

The government described the issue as a social problem and is now trying to persuade students to opt for vocational training instead, as the BBC's Seoul correspondent Lucy Williamson reports.

  • 10 Nov 2011