In this photo taken Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2012, an Indian man Vijay Kumar looks at his certificates outside an employment exchange office in New Delhi, India. Thousands of unemployed like Kumar flock to 900 state-run job centers across the country, where they hope to get what many in this country believe is the ticket to a better life, a government job. While millions of job seekers have impressive sounding diplomas, many don't have the skills promised by those certificates from colleges and technical institutes with poor standards. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

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In this photo taken Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2012, an Indian man Vijay Kumar looks at his certificates outside an employment exchange office in New Delhi, India. Thousands of unemployed like Kumar flock to 900 state-run job centers across the country, where they hope to get what many in this country believe is the ticket to a better life, a government job. While millions of job seekers have impressive sounding diplomas, many don't have the skills promised by those certificates from colleges and technical institutes with poor standards. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)
In this photo taken Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2012, an Indian man Vijay Kumar looks at his certificates outside an employment exchange office in New Delhi, India. Thousands of unemployed like Kumar flock to 900 state-run job centers across the country, where they hope to get what many in this country believe is the ticket to a better life, a government job. While millions of job seekers have impressive sounding diplomas, many don't have the skills promised by those certificates from colleges and technical institutes with poor standards. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)
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