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Taiwan / Brain Drain to Continue

Taiwan could continue to face workforce mobility and skill shortages in 2013 as a majority of Taiwanese employers expect to lose talent, especially to China, a United Kingdom-based recruitment consultancy said Tuesday.

Over two-thirds of the employers participating in a survey on domestic pay levels and employment said they anticipate their employees will look for career opportunities in other Asian countries during 2013, according to Michael Page International.

While Hong Kong and Singapore remain popular locations, 67 percent of the survey respondents identified China as the preferred destination for departing Taiwanese professionals.

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Taiwan expected to see further brain drain in 2013- survey - CNA ENGLISH NEWS

via Taiwan expected to see further brain drain in 2013: survey – CNA ENGLISH NEWS.

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