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【1324期】Early Birds Get Higher Pay When Coming to Job Hunting

Early Birds Get Higher Pay

 

When Coming to Job Hunting

 

By Cai-Qi Cheng

 

 Nearly 67 percent of companies that are recruiting are willing to offer a higher starting salary for early birds, according to an online survey.

 

 The early risers may get an 8 percent higher pay than that for the late comers, the survey found.

 

 College campus recruitment fairs are being held this month throughout Taiwan for companies to enlist new graduates as trainees for various positions.  The rookies are expected to get full-time jobs after finishing a two- or three-year training program.

 

 Close to 300 companies appear at the fairs this year, with more than 25,000 jobs are said to be provided.

 

The 2019 campus recruitment fair held at Taiwan University.

(Photo by Cai-Qi Cheng)

 

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