Teenagers with career development needs are common across communities and cultures. But while they might appear similar at first glance, it is crucial to understand each group’s particular needs in order to design policies or programs that can effectively serve them, and that is certainly true for migrant workers’ children in Chinese cities. We have seen how these students are different from their local peers; nowwewill

explore how migrant students differ from each other, focusing on both the heterogeneity among migrant families and the heterogeneity among individual students. We will also briefly compare migrant workers’ children with the first-generation migrant youths commonly known as the “New Generation.”