'My Chinese degree was a slog, but it was worth it'
Chinese has overtaken French, Spanish and German to become one of the most lucrative foreign languages for jobseekers in the UK. Research shows graduates in Chinese earn an average yearly salary of £31,000 or more, second only to those who studied Japanese. For students today, saddled with rising debt, a degree in Chinese promises to set them apart in the workplace. But is learning the language from scratch worth the gruelling hours students must put in to make their degree worthwhile? Chinese