Analyses | Education and human resources | 2015-02-09 | Sing Tao

Attracting global talents III: Imported workers’ bread-and-butter



People work hard to make ends meet. Hong Kong is a full-employment economy. Yet, there is still shortage of labour in the market and the city may have to import more foreign workers to fill up the labour gap. The Centre’s weekly analysis reviews the hidden outlook of imported labour beneath social prosperity, their living conditions and the potential social costs behind the labour policies.

The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.