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  • Taiwan sees job market surge in Year of the Dragon

    Explore how the Year of the Dragon has influenced job market trends in Taiwan, with a surge in job openings and significant career shifts among workers.
    2024/05/10 16:05
  • Report: healthcare, tech lead in Taiwan’s graduate salaries

    Explore the latest insights on the starting salaries for university and postgraduate entrants in Taiwan’s workforce for 2023, including sector-specific averages, employment trends, and the impact of the global economy on hiring practices.
    2024/04/30 18:28
  • 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
  • Labor shortages prompt overtime work in Taiwan’s industries

    Discover how the global economic recovery and labor shortages are leading to increased overtime work in Taiwan’s manufacturing and industrial sectors, impacting workers’ preferences and job market dynamics.
    2024/04/11 17:28
  • Resilience Quotient gaining prominence in today’s workforce

    Discover how the Resilience Quotient (RQ) is reshaping workforce dynamics. Problem-solving, communication, and continuous improvement are key in today’s competitive job market.
    2024/03/01 17:54
  • Minimum wage increases for the 8th year amid inflation

    Explore how Taiwan’s eighth consecutive minimum wage increase impacts the job market, with insights from experts and challenges faced by young adults. Learn about the strategies for navigating salary disparities and inflation.
    2024/02/27 17:09
  • Taiwan offers NT$30,000 subsidy for women’s re-employment

    Learn about the Ministry of Labor’s initiative in Taiwan to support displaced women’s re-employment with a subsidy of NT$30,000. Applications open on March 1 for the first half of 2024. Discover how the program aims to assist women in enhancing their professional skills and returning to the workforce after a hiatus. Apply between March 1 and May 31 for this opportunity.
    2024/02/21 14:06
  • Taiwan survey reveals 56% of employees with stagnant wages

    Discover the challenges faced by salaried workers in Taiwan through a survey by yes123, revealing that over half have experienced wage freezes for at least three years. Learn about employees’ strategies to increase income and negotiate for raises in a competitive job market.
    2024/02/20 11:48
  • 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
  • Lunar New Year: From family time to time for extra income

    Discover the changing traditions of Lunar New Year in Taiwan where the focus shifts from family reunions to earning extra income. Statistics indicate a high inclination to work during the holidays, with part-time jobs offering increased wages and students eagerly participating to maximize their earnings.
    2024/02/10 08:00
  • Survey reveals Taiwan’s workforce’s career dynamics

    Discover how nearly half of Taiwan’s workforce is contemplating a career shift before receiving year-end bonuses, driven by the allure of higher salaries and the nation’s economic recovery post-pandemic.
    2024/01/24 16:54
  • Over 4M people earn less than NT$43K monthly in Taiwan: data

    Discover the latest insights from Taiwan’s job market, including the widening income gap, low salary increase expectations for 2024, and varying pay trends across industries.
    2023/12/19 18:05
  • 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
  • Lai warns of job loss as Chinese students enter Taiwan

    DPP presidential candidate Lai Ching-te criticizes KMT rival Hou Yu-ih for advocating the employment of Chinese students in Taiwan, claiming it would take away job opportunities from Taiwanese youths. Lai expresses concerns about the impact of the Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement (CSSTA) with China, stating that it allows Chinese nationals to compete with local vendors in the service industry. The crowd fears that increased competition from Chinese workers could harm their businesses and livelihoods. Lai emphasizes President Tsai Ing-wen’s efforts to reduce reliance on the Chinese market and highlights China’s high youth unemployment rate, cautioning that opening borders to students from China could worsen job scarcity for young people in Taiwan.
    2023/12/07 19:49
  • Taiwan’s job market sees over 1M openings for nine months

    In November 2023, Taiwan’s job market saw significant growth with 1.04 million opportunities, led by the hospitality and ICT sectors. The hospitality industry notably increased salaries by 58%, reflecting broader workforce trends and the need for flexible work environments amid economic challenges.
    2023/12/06 17:54
  • Side hustles gain popularity amid remote work boom

    Explore the growing trend of side hustles in Taiwan, where professionals like Mr. Wan balance their main jobs with personal ventures. Discover the challenges they face in maintaining work-life balance and health, and learn how they manage their time and set goals.
    2023/12/05 18:42
  • Taiwan’s female labor force faces challenges post-motherhood

    In 2022, 330,000 Taiwanese women withdrew from the labor market to care for their families, highlighting the challenges women face in balancing work and family life. This trend, coupled with workplace stress and inflexibility, is impacting Taiwan’s birth rate and female labor force participation.
    2023/11/30 10:28
  • Rising depression among Generation Z concerns experts

    Exploring the rising mental health challenges among college students in Taipei, this story delves into the experiences of graduates facing job market pressures, societal expectations, and increasing rates of depression and anxiety. Experts call for a societal shift to support youth mental health.
    2023/11/22 17:56
  • Experts caution opening migrant workers to hotel sectors

    Taiwan’s tourism industry is facing a significant labor shortage, prompting the government to consider introducing migrant workers into the hospitality sector. However, no specific timeline has been set for this proposal. Scholars and citizens have expressed concerns about potential job displacement and the negative impact on wages for local workers. Calls have been made for more efficient solutions to alleviate employee workload, rather than solely relying on wage increases. Professor Cheng Chih-yu of National Chengchi University (NCCU) emphasized that even with higher wages, the demanding nature and long hours associated with hospitality work may not attract job seekers. Similarly, Associate Professor Hsin Ping-lung of National Taiwan University (NTU) noted that the labor shortage has intensified workload in the hospitality industry, yet it has not attracted more workers. Professor Cheng suggested a cautious approach to the introduction of migrant workers, considering it as a last resort after exhausting all other means to address the problem. He expressed concerns that if the policy is relaxed, companies may opt for cheaper foreign labor, leading to the displacement of local workers and wage suppression. Additionally, the labor market for older workers and women seeking a second career could be affected.
    2023/11/04 14:00
  • Fresh graduates’ job hunt stress reaches 10-year high: data

    A survey reveals high-stress levels among recent graduates in Taiwan, with 70.9% facing mental pressure and 94.9% experiencing financial stress during their job search. The Jobless Pain Index reaches a ten-year high at 76.5. Experts recommend acquiring new skills for better job market competitiveness.
    2023/09/20 19:16
  • Job market embraces flexibility amid Taiwan’s labor shortage

    Discover the rising trend of flexible working hours in Taiwan’s job market to combat labor shortages and cater to employee preferences. Learn how this shift impacts income, job satisfaction, and concerns about stability. Government, businesses, and professionals are urged to ensure worker rights and well-being.
    2023/08/21 16:59
  • Taiwan Gen Z faces mounting challenges in the job market

    As the younger members of Gen Z enter the workforce, they encounter numerous challenges, including low salaries, the pressure of starting a new job, and the difficulties of job searching. These challenges result in heightened levels of anxiety regarding unemployment.
    2023/07/17 18:32
  • Taiwanese retirees seek lifelong learning, pension boost

    Taiwan is becoming an aging society, leading to an uptick in retirees reentering the job market in recent years. Many elderly individuals express a desire to stay connected with society and experience personal growth.
    2023/06/24 15:34
  • Hou questions private university tuition assistance proposal

    New Taipei Mayor Hou Yu-ih lashed at Vice President Lai Ching-te, who is also the presidential candidate of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), regarding the latter’s proposal for financial assistance to private school students. Hou’s remarks came on Wednesday (June 21).
    2023/06/21 17:47
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