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HK Grads told to pursue career opportunities in the Greater Bay Area ~HK$6.8K

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    Quote Originally Posted by happy_camper:
    I haven't read the replies but I wonder where the HKD 6.8K come from. A factory worker in China these days can get RMB 5k

    If you work in an office your salary may start at 10k. I have a friend in Shenzhen that runs a company, for skilled (engineers) people it's hard to get them even for 30k, most likely quite a bit more for good ones. And that are local China people.
    That HKD 6800 is probably entry level/intern pay. Realistically, pay is likely capped to 15k RMB once the requisite skills are acquired. The highly skilled folks and qualified people tend to start their own business in China as investment is still relatively low. Hence the difficulty to find people willing to work for 30k at that level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDevil_666:
    That HKD 6800 is probably entry level/intern pay. Realistically, pay is likely capped to 15k RMB once the requisite skills are acquired. The highly skilled folks and qualified people tend to start their own business in China as investment is still relatively low. Hence the difficulty to find people willing to work for 30k at that level.
    RMB7K is the average starting salary for graduates in the GBA

    https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/...ss-pay-working

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    Quote Originally Posted by ndt:
    Another spin from mathematically challenged idiots, sometimes i wonder how far lame this city/administration/politician/media would go in a rat race of preemptive shoe-shining..


    https://www.thestandard.com.hk/secti...lary-increases
    This is a current theme of journalists... deceptively poor maths...

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