People look at a smart robot on display at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in January 2018. Technology is rapidly shaping society and creating new jobs. Photo: Dickson Lee People look at a smart robot on display at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in January 2018. Technology is rapidly shaping society and creating new jobs. Photo: Dickson Lee
People look at a smart robot on display at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in January 2018. Technology is rapidly shaping society and creating new jobs. Photo: Dickson Lee
Renee Ho
Opinion

Opinion

Renee Ho and Serena Chow

Why Hong Kong needs to invest more into careers education in schools

  • To get Hong Kong’s young people ready for tomorrow’s radically different jobs and workplaces, the government must go beyond grants and a life planning website to make careers education an important part of school, starting at primary level

People look at a smart robot on display at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in January 2018. Technology is rapidly shaping society and creating new jobs. Photo: Dickson Lee People look at a smart robot on display at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in January 2018. Technology is rapidly shaping society and creating new jobs. Photo: Dickson Lee
People look at a smart robot on display at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in January 2018. Technology is rapidly shaping society and creating new jobs. Photo: Dickson Lee
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