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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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’s mega job fairs offer 6,000 vacancies in February

    The Ministry of Labor’s Workforce Development Agency Taoyuan-Hsinchu-Miaoli Regional Branch organized five job fairs in Taiwan in February, with a total of 150 companies offering 6,000 high-quality vacancies. The job fairs, held in Taoyuan, Zhongli, Hsinchu, and Miaoli, attracted a significant number of companies and job seekers. Notably, the Zhubei Civil Sports Center hosted a job fair on February 22, featuring 52 companies offering 2,400 job vacancies, including positions such as electronic engineer, product engineer, safety engineer, and Japanese translator. Some of these roles boasted top salaries of up to NT$70,000. Another job fair with a manufacturing theme took place in Miaoli on the same day, where the highest salary on offer was NT$60,000. Three job fairs were held in Taoyuan, with the highest salary reaching an impressive NT$100,000. The Director General of the agency, Lai Chia-Jen, highlighted the branch’s commitment to addressing job shortages and promoting employment in the post-epidemic period. To encourage employment, the branch also extended employment incentives for project labor shortages.
    2024/02/15 17:30
  • Salary tops motivation for job change: survey

    A surprising trend emerges in Taiwan as job turnover spikes before the Lunar New Year. Discover the reasons behind this shift and advice for job seekers.
    2024/01/25 17:10
  • 104 Job Bank ignites youth podcasting wave for career edge

    104 Job Bank in Taiwan has launched the "Youth General Knowledge Class" event, inviting high-school and university students to create their own podcast episodes to gain industry experience and earn extra income. The job bank’s marketing director, Chang Pao-ling, stated that there are currently 25,000 job opportunities in sectors such as art design and print media that primarily evaluate candidates based on portfolio work. This trend has grown by 44% in the past five years. The initiative aims to help job seekers showcase their curatorial abilities and increase their competitiveness. Job categories such as "Communication Art/Design" and "Print media" demand portfolios for 13.5% and 13% of their openings, respectively. Recently, job postings have started asking for portfolios from applicants in various positions, including 3D animation designers, video game programmers, and web front-end engineers. A survey conducted by 104 Job Bank revealed that 64% of businesses advised students to take part-time jobs to broaden their perspective, while 45.3% expected students to join clubs or teams to foster skills in interpersonal communication and leadership. The initiative by 104 Job Bank aims to create opportunities for students to showcase their curation skills, build a personal portfolio, and tap into the growing popularity of podcasts. For more information, visit: 104青春通識課 | Podcast, Instagram, Facebook | 傳送門 (portaly.cc).
    2024/01/17 17:11
  • Survey reveals 58% of part-timers face wage issues

    58% of part-time workers in Taiwan have faced wage issues, misleading job ads, and illicit contracts, according to a survey by Yes123 Job Bank. The platform advises job hunters to follow a list of "seven don’ts" and "four musts" to protect themselves. The survey also found that a record-breaking 87% of university students plan to work part-time over the winter break, with reasons including earning living expenses and gaining social experience. Of the respondents, 65% reported receiving wages lower than the government’s minimum wage, with some not even being insured. Only about 30% actively negotiated or reported these issues. Yes123 spokesman Yang Tsung-pin urged job seekers to prioritize labor rights and work safety.
    2024/01/16 17:20
  • Taiwan Sugar Corporation to hire 148 new employees

    Taiwan Sugar Corporation plans to hire 148 new employees for the upcoming fiscal year. The company is seeking job seekers who have graduated from high school or vocational schools. The monthly pay for new hires will range from NT$30,000 to NT$34,000, and the company emphasizes that it offers stable employment and comprehensive benefits. There are 33 different job categories available, including positions for individuals with disabilities, sales (including Japanese language), accounting, field sales, land administration, gas station managers, chemical industry, general agriculture, machinery, boilers, agricultural machinery, instrument and electricity, electrical, civil, and livestock. Interested applicants can find application details and the examination program on Taiwan Sugar Corporation’s official website. The registration period will run from November 23 to December 5. The written examination is scheduled for January 27, 2024, with a second round of oral and physical fitness tests slated for March 23, 2024.
    2023/11/13 12:04
  • Young Taiwanese job seekers prioritize work-life balance

    Young Taiwanese job seekers are prioritizing work-life balance and flexibility, making it difficult for traditional industries to attract talent. Experts believe that the growing role of AI may lead to structural changes within the manufacturing sector, necessitating the development of new skill sets among workers to remain competitive.
    2023/11/08 17:01
  • 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
  • Suspect in Taiwan fraud case to compensate victims’ families

    Last year, a horrifying scam that led to the deaths of three people shocked Taiwan as a fraudulent group deceived and held job seekers captive. The main suspect has now been ordered to compensate each of the families of the three victims with NT$1.8 million.
    2023/09/28 17:37
  • Long hours, stress, benefit woes drive public servant exodus

    Being a public servant has become less appealing for job seekers and even current employees for several reasons: prolonged working hours, increased work-related stress, and unattractive compensation plans.
    2023/08/28 19:29
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