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第12期人才快訊-內容

  • 日期:2020-07-07
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新南向國家在臺工作專業人員 馬來西亞占比第2

    勞動部於今(2020)年4月底公布「2019年外國專業人員就業概況統計」,截至2019年底,有效聘僱許可有3萬1,124人次,以國籍來看,外國專業人員以日本籍占22.93%最多,其次為馬來西亞籍占13.58%,美國籍占11.29%居第3,三者合計約占一半;往年都是以日本、美國籍居前2位,但去(2019)年馬來西亞籍首次超越美國籍排名第2,主因近年畢業僑外生留臺工作人數持續增加。

    目前約有1萬2,000位的馬來西亞人在臺求學,為向更多的馬來西亞僑外生推廣本計畫,並協助其於畢業後留臺工作,Contact TAIWAN受馬來西亞友誼及貿易中心(Malaysian Friendship and Trade Centre)邀請,於6月12日上午10時舉辦的「Virtual Career Fair 2020」線上講座中,向馬來西亞僑外生同學介紹Contact TAIWAN攬才服務。本活動由馬來西亞投資發展局(MIDA)、M.I.T.馬來西亞人在臺灣(MSAIT)及馬來西亞旅臺同學會共同協辦。

 

資料來源:勞動部勞動統計通報<108年底外國專業人員概況>

https://www.mol.gov.tw/media/5762014/108%E5%B9%B4%E5%BA%95%E5%A4%96%E5%9C%8B%E5%B0%88%E6%A5%AD%E4%BA%BA%E5%93%A1%E6%A6%82%E6%B3%81.pdf

 

<The Number of Malaysian Professionals Working in Taiwan Rates 2nd among New Southbound Countries>
    The Ministry of Labor announced "The Statistics of Employment of Foreign Professionals in 2019" at the end of April 2020. As of the end of 2019, there were 31,125 employment permits issued. In terms of nationality, the Japanese accounted for 23.5% of foreign professionals, followed by Malaysians, which accounted for 13.5%, and Americans accounted for 11.8%, ranked third. The total of the three accounted for about half of all foreign professionals. In the past, Japan and the United States were the top two, but in 2019, Malaysian professionals surpassed Americans and ranked No. 2 for the first time. The main reason was that the number of international students continuing to stay in Taiwan to work after graduation has increased. 
    At present, about 12,000 Malaysians are studying in Taiwan. To promote the idea of attracting more Malaysian students working in Taiwan after graduation, Contact TAIWAN, supported by the Malaysian Friendship and Trade Center, held the online "Virtual Career Fair 2020" on June 12 at 10 a.m. to introduce the Malaysian foreign students the service provided by Contact TAIWAN. This event was co-organized by the Malaysian Investment and Development Authority (MIDA), Malaysians in Taiwan (M.I.T), and the Malaysian Student Association in Taiwan (MSAIT).

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