Expats leaving Hong Kong is ‘a temporary phenomenon’ that will be reversed as infections are curtailed and rules are relaxed, says Chinese University economics professor Terence Chong Tai-leung. Photo: K Y Cheng
Expats leaving Hong Kong is ‘a temporary phenomenon’ that will be reversed as infections are curtailed and rules are relaxed, says Chinese University economics professor Terence Chong Tai-leung. Photo: K Y Cheng

Hong Kong firms seek offshore talent as some expats harried by Covid-19 restrictions eye exits, online recruitment platform says

  • A lot of people want to be based in countries with fewer travel restrictions, says CEO of online recruitment platform Glints
  • Local technology sector was leading the search for remote workers

Expats leaving Hong Kong is ‘a temporary phenomenon’ that will be reversed as infections are curtailed and rules are relaxed, says Chinese University economics professor Terence Chong Tai-leung. Photo: K Y Cheng
Expats leaving Hong Kong is ‘a temporary phenomenon’ that will be reversed as infections are curtailed and rules are relaxed, says Chinese University economics professor Terence Chong Tai-leung. Photo: K Y Cheng
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