Youth unemployment: why we should be very worried that Hong Kong’s fresh graduates can’t find jobs
- Many claim to be happily unemployed but it is more likely that desperation has given way to indifference. If we don’t help them find jobs and long-term employability, we risk producing generations of youth unable to be independent and self-reliant
Louisa Wong was born to a refugee family in the famed “Walled City” in Hong Kong. Currently the executive chairman of Global Sage, she spent the last 30 years of her career advising CEOs of global institutions on leadership and talent development. A Harvard Business School graduate and a prolific entrepreneur, Louisa established the first headhunting firm in China in 1996. Her community work includes active engagement with universities and support to NGOs.