According to statistics from the Ministry of Labor, the number of college graduates going to China has been decreasing year by year in the past five years. Before the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic, the number had already shown a downward trend.
[Central News Agency] Statistics from the Ministry of Labor show that the number of college graduates going to China has been decreasing year by year in the past five years. Before the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic, the number had already shown a downward trend.
The latest statistics from the Ministry of Labor's "Salary Quotes and Employment Navigation for College Students" show that in 2021, 1,038 college graduates (including doctors, masters, bachelors, and junior colleges) graduated one year and one quarter after graduation. By the end of October of the following year, 1,038 people had left There are 1,353 graduates in 2020, a decrease of 315, or a decrease of 23.3%.
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In the past 5 years, the number of college graduates going to China has been decreasing year by year. After graduating from colleges and universities in 2021, as of the end of October of the following year, a total of 1,038 people left for China; compared with 5 years ago, the number of graduates in 2017 has decreased 2742 people, a decrease of 72.54%.
Before the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019), 3,264 graduates went to China after graduation in 2018 as of the end of October of the following year, a decrease of 516 compared with the number of graduates in 2017, a decrease of 13.7%.
There is a growing trend of college graduates going to Japan after graduation.
According to this data, as of October 2020, 1,408 college graduates who obtained a bachelor's degree in 2019 left Taiwan for Japan, exceeding the number of 1,253 who went to China for the first time.
Xin Binglong, an adjunct associate professor at the National Development Institute of National Taiwan University, said in an interview with a reporter from the Central News Agency that many Taiwanese students used to choose to study in China and considered staying and working there after graduation; This is not the case under the influence of changing bases and shrinking foreign investment.
He said that due to their high level of education, being influenced by capitalism earlier, and the ability to communicate directly with the language, Taiwanese talents did have an employment advantage in the Chinese workplace in the past; Again.
Xin Binglong mentioned that due to severe problems such as population aging and manpower shortage, Japan frequently beckons for overseas talents. Whether it is grass-roots manpower or professional scientific and technological talents, it is actively seeking talents from Taiwan, and also competes with Taiwan for overseas talents. This kind of competition for talents Pressure is actually good. Only with competition can there be room for higher salaries to grab talents.
A Taiwanese citizen who had considered working in Hong Kong’s financial industry before the epidemic told the Central News Agency that compared with Taiwan’s low-paying and high-pressure working environment, he prefers overseas workplaces. He refused to work in Hong Kong because of the epidemic. This is only part of the reason; The tightening political environment and free space such as the passage of the Hong Kong National Security Law are the main reasons for not considering going to work in China, Hong Kong and Macau.
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