Inbound travellers arrive at the Hong Kong International Airport after the government cancels its compulsory hotel quarantine on 26 September 2022. Photo: Sam Tsang
Inbound travellers arrive at the Hong Kong International Airport after the government cancels its compulsory hotel quarantine on 26 September 2022. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong’s officials are confident that talent will come back and stay with city’s ‘0+3’ quarantine easing

  • Hong Kong’s ranking in the Global Financial Centres Index slipped to fourth place as many professionals left the city out of their frustration with Covid-19 rules
  • The exodus has led to a severe shortage of talent across the job market from banking to teaching, forcing many employers to raise their salaries to attract applicants

Inbound travellers arrive at the Hong Kong International Airport after the government cancels its compulsory hotel quarantine on 26 September 2022. Photo: Sam Tsang
Inbound travellers arrive at the Hong Kong International Airport after the government cancels its compulsory hotel quarantine on 26 September 2022. Photo: Sam Tsang
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