People going to work in Central on September 14. The issue of the city losing its best and brightest, from the financial and other sectors, has become a pressing concern. Photo: Jonathan Wong
People going to work in Central on September 14. The issue of the city losing its best and brightest, from the financial and other sectors, has become a pressing concern. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Tackle Hong Kong’s brain drain head on, starting with the gender pay gap

  • The government has been taking the brain drain seriously, ahead of an all-important financial summit to be hosted in the city in November
  • For a start, the chief executive should tackle the problem by addressing the gender pay gap and unlocking the potential of working women

People going to work in Central on September 14. The issue of the city losing its best and brightest, from the financial and other sectors, has become a pressing concern. Photo: Jonathan Wong
People going to work in Central on September 14. The issue of the city losing its best and brightest, from the financial and other sectors, has become a pressing concern. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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