By: Zoe Wei and Kuo Chung-han
Taipei, June 7 (CNA) The majority of Taiwan companies have no problem employing first time job seekers, but would prefer that the applicants have some practical experience and professional certification or license, according to a poll by TaiwanJobs website.
The poll found that 90 percent of enterprises are willing to hire first time job seekers who are eager to learn, can perform well under stress, can think logically and have specialized knowledge and skills.
More than 60 percent of the firms, however, said they do not care about the educational level of first-time job applicants, while among the 38.70 percent of firms that said they do care, 77 percent specified that they would prefer college graduates. [FULL STORY]