Taiwan 22K vs. Hong Kong 70K

Post by I I Chen

Just the newest news from one of Taiwan online newspaper on April 30, 2013, the new report of young people obtains their first full time employment. Hong Kong graduated students of 2012 is three times higher than Taiwan graduated students.

According to the news, Hong Kong University, public one of the employment report that graduated student of 2012, their average monthly incomes are 74472NT (=$2482USD), which increases 6.8% of average in the past few years. Comparing to Taiwan graduated student, the average monthly incomes are 22000NT (=$733USD), Taiwan college graduated students are actually jealous about this result.

Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, and Singapore are the Four Asian Dragons, which is a term used in reference to the highly developed economic, and apparently Taiwan move to the last place of the Four Asian Dragons. Regarding to the data report from Hong Kong University, they have interview with 3500 graduated students, the employment rate are 99.7%, which almost all the graduated student of 2012 all start their full-time careers. Also, most of the college graduate student monthly income ranges from 95000NT (=$3166USD), to 113996NT (=$3799USD).

Regarding to this report, there are over 59% of college graduate student looking into marketing or industries as their first jobs, and the salary of service industries also increasing 9.4% of average rates. Architecture industries increases 4.3%, law agencies area increases 3.2% and 87.7% of Hong Kong graduated students choose to stay in Hong Kong because they all believe Hong Kong has better opportunities than other countries.

What is wrong of Taiwan economic structure? New graduated cannot find a job that is satisfied to them and many companies are complaining that could not finding good employees. Who have the responsibility to change the phenomena? Is the companies’ owner, government, or Taiwanese College educational system?

Just the newest news from one of Taiwan online newspaper on April 30, 2013, the new report of young people obtains their first full time employment. Hong Kong graduated students of 2012 is three times higher than Taiwan graduated students.

According to the news, Hong Kong University, public one of the employment report that graduated student of 2012, their average monthly incomes are 74472NT (=$2482USD), which increases 6.8% of average in the past few years. Comparing to Taiwan graduated student, the average monthly incomes are 22000NT (=$733USD), Taiwan college graduated students are actually jealous about this result.

Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, and Singapore are the Four Asian Dragons, which is a term used in reference to the highly developed economic, and apparently Taiwan move to the last place of the Four Asian Dragons. Regarding to the data report from Hong Kong University, they have interview with 3500 graduated students, the employment rate are 99.7%, which almost all the graduated student of 2012 all start their full-time careers. Also, most of the college graduate student monthly income ranges from 95000NT (=$3166USD), to 113996NT (=$3799USD).

Regarding to this report, there are over 59% of college graduate student looking into marketing or industries as their first jobs, and the salary of service industries also increasing 9.4% of average rates. Architecture industries increases 4.3%, law agencies area increases 3.2% and 87.7% of Hong Kong graduated students choose to stay in Hong Kong because they all believe Hong Kong has better opportunities than other countries.

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What is wrong of Taiwan economic structure? New graduated cannot find a job that is satisfied to them and many companies are complaining that could not finding good employees. Who have the responsibility to change the phenomena? Is the companies’ owner, government, or Taiwanese College educational system?

Reference:

News translate from : http://www.ettoday.net/news/20130430/199758.htm?from=fb_et_news

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