If you have a dream job, pursue it What would you expect a provincial zhuangyuan (the highest-ranking students during the national college entrance examinations) do after his or her graduation? Shi Yue, the 2006 science zhuangyuan from North China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and who studied architecture at one of China’s top universities, chose to be an online game hostess. She currently has 900,000 followers on Sina Weibo, China’s Twitter-like social network. However, when her story was put under the spotlight, many netizens questioned her job choice and wondered why she did not choose a more respected occupation such as an engineer. Her story sounds similar to that of Lu Buxuan, a Chinese language major from Peking University who made headlines a few years ago for selling pork to earn a living. A top university degree can give confidence to graduates who have more options when choosing a job, but preferably, it is a job that you are enthusiastic about. So when you still have a dream of doing something you like, dream on.