People head to work in Central on May 3, 2021. Allowing the free flow of talent across the region will mean more opportunities for young people and a swifter post-pandemic recovery. Photo: Felix Wong
People head to work in Central on May 3, 2021. Allowing the free flow of talent across the region will mean more opportunities for young people and a swifter post-pandemic recovery. Photo: Felix Wong
Carrie Leung
Opinion

Opinion

Carrie Leung

Greater mobility across Greater Bay Area will open up career paths for Hong Kong’s youth

  • The free flow of talent across the region will depend on steps to enhance the mutual recognition of qualifications and further integrate social welfare, including access to education and health services

People head to work in Central on May 3, 2021. Allowing the free flow of talent across the region will mean more opportunities for young people and a swifter post-pandemic recovery. Photo: Felix Wong
People head to work in Central on May 3, 2021. Allowing the free flow of talent across the region will mean more opportunities for young people and a swifter post-pandemic recovery. Photo: Felix Wong
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