By: Elizabeth Hsu
Taipei, April 19 (CNA) Although the job market has begun warming up amid the recovery, many workers in Taiwan remain with a high sense of anxiety about job security, according to a job bank survey, which showed 91 percent of those polled in the working class said they are replaceable at their present jobs.
As high as 56.9 percent of the respondents to the survey on job security anxiety said they had faced the crisis of being replaced or weeded out at least once during their working career.
Among them, 30 percent eventually became the subject of a layoff, 1111 Job Bank said, citing results of the survey it conducted on March 27-April 10 on its online members. [FULL STORY]