Winners aplenty in Hong Kong's job market

Winners aplenty in Hong Kong's job market

Is Hong Kong's job market now a "buyer's market" or a "seller's market"? Most people would answer by complaining about how hard it is to find a good job in the city. But once you speak to human resources experts, you find the reality may not be so simple.

Monday, 6 May, 2013, 6:45am 1 comment

Tough times for business graduates

The average salary for a HKU graduate stood at HK$19,598, up 6.8 per cent from last year.

Offers from multinational investment banks were down about 30 per cent so far this year, the university's director of careers and placement, Herman Chan Ping-kong, said as he released results of the survey on the career development of 3,500 graduates.

30 Apr 2013 - 3:53am

Law school graduates carry the nation's hopes for rule of law

Pivotal role

I remember vividly my first encounter with Tsinghua University. In 1995, Mr Hu Xianzhang, vice-president of the university, and Mr Wang Zhenmin called on me in Hong Kong. Mr Wang was then a young man and assistant to the head of the law department. They told me about the university's aspiration to restart law. I immediately appreciated the great significance and importance of this project.

27 Apr 2013 - 3:31am 3 comments