33 percent of Ph.D graduates consider working overseas: survey

Focus Taiwan
Date: 2017/03/14
By: Huang Ya-chuan and Lee Hsin-Yin

Taipei, March 14 (CNA) Thirty-three percent of Taiwan’s Ph.D graduates would

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consider working overseas sometime in the next five years, with the most desired destinations being the U.S. and China, a survey from the National Applied Research Laboratories (NARL) revealed on Tuesday.

The survey showed that of those interested in working overseas, 37 percent prefer the U.S. and 26 percent China, while 77 percent said they would be willing to return to Taiwan after a period abroad.

Ph.D graduates 40 years old and younger showed most interest in working overseas, the survey added.    [FULL  STORY]

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