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  • Incentives reintroduced for middle-aged worker employment

    This article discusses the challenges and governmental efforts surrounding the employment of older workers in Taiwan, focusing on participation rates, early retirement trends, and new incentives for re-entering the job market.
    2024/04/12 17:02
  • Taiwan boosts job market with incentives for retirees

    Discover the latest employment incentive in Taiwan for retirees aged 45 and above. Learn how the Ministry of Labor’s NT$30,000 reward aims to boost job market reentry. Explore the initiative’s impact on labor participation rates among the over-55 age group.
    2024/02/17 17:08
  • Survey: Taiwan a top choice for studying abroad in 2024

    More than 80% of international students are interested in applying for new specialized classes that allow them to work in Taiwan, according to a report by the Association of International Cultural and Educational Exchange Taiwan (AICEE Taiwan). The report, titled "Blue Ocean of International Enrollment Trends 2024," surveyed over 2,000 students from 60 countries who plan to study abroad and learn Chinese. The top three advantages Taiwan offers to international students are high-quality education, a safe environment, and the opportunity to learn Mandarin. Additionally, 86% of international students expressed interest in applying for internship subsidies provided by the Executive Yuan’s initiative and private enterprises. Upon graduation, international students prioritize entering suitable industries, finding employment quickly, and securing high employment rates. Furthermore, 14% of respondents hope that their experience studying in Taiwan will give them a competitive edge in their future education. Scholarships, English-taught programs, and high teaching quality are important factors for students considering studying abroad, while geographical location becomes crucial for those wanting to learn Chinese. Allen Hung, the CEO of AICEE Taiwan, advises Taiwanese universities to provide not only essential enrollment information but also reinforce information about internships and job opportunities during and after studies.
    2024/01/03 17:03
  • Ko Wen-je proposes maternity leave ext., pregnancy subsidies

    Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) presidential candidate Ko Wen-je has proposed several policies to address Taiwan’s low birth rate. These policies include extending maternity leave, offering a "pregnancy subsidy" of NT$50,000 to expectant mothers, and providing an additional subsidy of NT$100,000 to families after the child is born. Ko also plans to establish a "Population Development Committee" within the Executive Yuan to coordinate efforts between various governmental departments and address the issue of low birth rates. He advocates for increasing public childcare facilities and raising salaries for public preschool teachers and personnel to improve the employment environment for childcare workers. The National Development Council predicts that Taiwan’s population could be halved by 2070 due to low birth rates and an aging population, which would further burden society and younger generations. Ko sees the low birth rate as a security issue for Taiwan, causing labor shortages and challenges in school recruitment.
    2023/11/07 15:58
  • Taiwan youth labor force declines as birth rate drops

    More and more businesses in Taiwan have felt the impact of the nation’s declining birthrate as youth employment rates in the labor market continue to drop.
    2023/01/20 08:00
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