How many Applications’ are Accepted Under Hong Kong Qmas Scheme

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The Hong Kong QMAS scheme is quota based and it is designed for skilled individual’s who desire to stay in Hong Kong to explore both employment as well as  business startup opportunities. In order to secure entry into Hong Kong as per the QMAS Scheme, the individual’s must satisfy the basic prerequisites, and they should […]

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Work and Live in Hong Kong through QMAS

There are several ways to find a route that leads a person to Hong Kong. However the most opulent of such routes happens to be QMAS: Quality Migrant Admission Scheme. Because this scheme is prestigious and opens doorways to skilled personnel, the eligibility criteria and quality assessment levels are stringent and filled with rigour. The […]

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Vote for most courteous Immigration Control Officer

The Immigration Department is appealing to travellers to vote in the annual courtesy campaign at Hong Kong’s 10 immigration control points. An Immigration spokesman said, “The campaign will be conducted from November 18 to 24 to encourage staff to provide courteous and efficient services to the public, and will also help promote Hong Kong tourism.” […]

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Labour Department promotes use of cooling vest to reduce workers’ heat stroke risk

The Labour Department, in conjunction with the Occupational Safety and Health Council (OSHC), is launching the Cooling Vest Promotion Pilot Scheme this summer to reduce the risk of heat stroke at work. The scheme will test the feasibility of using cooling vests in four selected fields involving workin a hot environment, namely construction, outdoor cleaning […]

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Asian markets and dollar climb

Asian markets rose yesterday, with the greenback also climbing, after a report showing modest gains in US job creation eased concerns the Federal Reserve will soon start to roll back its huge monetary easing scheme. However, buying sentiment was tempered by more relatively weak trade data out of China that adds to concerns of a […]

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Hongkongers raise money for ad against ‘mainlandisation of HK universities’

A year after Hongkongers produced an advertisement slamming mainland Chinese as “locusts” who swarm the city and drain its resources, a group of Hong Kong students are raising money to run a full-page advertisement opposing the “mainlandisation of HK universities”. “Our page has been ‘liked’ 2109 times, and if every person who ‘liked’ us donates […]

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“Career Get-Set-Go” to help secondary school graduates plan their future

The Labour Department (LD) will today (May 9) launch “Career Get-Set-Go”, a special tailor-made service package to cater for the pre-employment training and employment needs of secondary school graduates, especially those who choose to enter the employment market upon graduation. The special package, which will continue until August, will assist them in grasping the latest […]

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Winners aplenty in Hong Kong’s job market

For experienced professionals, HK is still a place where talent is rewarded, surveys find. But graduates may need a little patience Is Hong Kong’s job market now a “buyer’s market” or a “seller’s market”? Most people would answer by complaining about how hard it is to find a good job in the city. But once […]

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For senior and young, Hong Kong job market may be healthier than you think

When you go to the job market, it’s more about how good you are than how good the job opportunities are. Is Hong Kong’s job market now a ‘seller’s market’ or ‘buyer’s market’? The reaction from most to this question will naturally be to complain about the difficulties in finding good jobs in Hong Kong. […]

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