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  • AI integration in workplaces to reshape Taiwan job market

    Explore how AI’s rise impacts job markets, with insights from experts on its threat to repetitive roles and potential to change recruitment strategies. Learn how AI could assist rather than replace in certain industries.
    2024/06/25 15:57
  • TVBS World Taiwan shares resume writing tips with NCCU grads

    Dimitri Bruyas, Chief English News Correspondent of TVBS English News, was invited by the Master’s Program in Global Communication and Innovation Technology (GCIT) to share resume writing tips and interview techniques with students at National Chengchi University (NCCU) on Monday (May 13).
    2024/05/15 20:56
  • Ko Wen-je vows to bring 2038 Asian Games, Olympics to Taiwan

    Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) presidential candidate Ko Wen-je vows to promote international sports events, including the 2038 Asian Games and the Olympics, if elected. He recognizes the connection between sports and national power and highlights Taiwan’s top athletes. Ko also proposes career planning guidance and specific examinations for sports personnel, as well as the establishment of a National Sports Development Fund and revision of the Sports Industry Development Act. He plans to increase the budget for the national training center, improve support teams, and promote physical fitness nationwide. Ko aims to develop e-sports and align it with global standards, while advocating for education reforms and cultivating high-tech talents.
    2023/12/26 16:46
  • Tainan hotel upskills senior staff through training programs

    Queena Plaza Hotel in Tainan successfully utilizes Taiwan’s Middle-aged and Elderly Training Subsidy Program to enhance the skills of its middle-aged and senior workforce. Through external training courses, the hotel’s staff, particularly those aged 45 and above, have completed HACCP 60A and HACCP 60B courses, improving their capabilities in food safety control systems and kitchen hygiene regulations. Over 50% of the hotel’s middle-aged and elderly grassroots leaders have obtained HACCP certification, contributing to their career development. The Workforce Development Agency encourages companies to apply for subsidy programs to leverage the competencies of their middle-aged and senior employees, leading to improved work efficiency and organizational goals. Contact the agency for more information.
    2023/12/20 17:24
  • Taiwan job market values certifications more in 2023

    Taiwanese job market trends are shifting, with professional certifications carrying more weight than before, according to a report by 104 Human Resource Consulting Services Company. The study found that the number of job openings requiring certifications in 2023 had increased by 8.1% compared to the previous year. Prospective employees with certifications received 35% more interview invitations than those without. English, Japanese, Vietnamese, Korean, and Thai are the most sought-after languages by employers, with the rise of the Korean Wave contributing to a significant increase in demand for Korean translation. Similarly, Thai language proficiency has witnessed an 11.9% increase due to businesses expanding into Southeast Asia. The sectors most in need of language capabilities are media, research and development, and senior management. Young professionals under 39 focus on acquiring career-boosting professional and language skills, while those over 40 diversify their learning to prepare for their career’s "second curve." Despite the availability of free online resources, working professionals prefer paid learning, with 30.8% setting a learning budget within NT$5,000. When it comes to investing in certifications, 37.5% are willing to spend over N$$20,000, reflecting the value placed on formal qualifications in today’s competitive job market.
    2023/12/12 18:57
  • Councilor questions Taipei mayor’s ’youth’ definition

    Taipei City Councilor Yu Shu-hui questions Taipei Mayor Chiang Wan-an’s decision-making in expanding the services of the Taipei Youth Bureau, claiming that the bureau’s resources are spread too thin over nearly a million people. Yu proposes that the definition of "youth" should be limited to individuals aged 15-24, in line with the Work Force Development Agency’s definition. Mayor Chiang argues that the age limit was raised to 45 to accommodate individuals who start their businesses later in life. Chiang promises to review the positioning of the Youth Bureau’s services in response to Yu’s concerns.
    2023/11/20 19:49
  • NDC Minister addresses inauguration of Talent Taiwan

    The National Development Council (NDC) Minister, Kung Ming-hsin, spoke at the inauguration press event for Talent Taiwan, emphasizing its commitment to attracting global talent and addressing issues related to living and education in Taiwan. The center aims to provide one-stop services and will launch an exclusive website by the end of the year. The NDC is actively working to strengthen international talent recruitment to meet industry demands in the post-pandemic era. The NDC’s workforce goals include attracting 400,000 foreign workers by 2030 to position Taiwan as a key global economic powerhouse. In collaboration with the Ministry of Education (EDU), Talent Taiwan plans to attract overseas students for long-term stays, making Taiwan a top destination for studying and career pursuits.
    2023/11/02 21:06
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