People walk past a transparent poster in Central Market on June 2. Hong Kong needs a plentiful supply of skilled local and non-local workers to maintain and enhance the city’s competitiveness. Photo: Felix Wong
People walk past a transparent poster in Central Market on June 2. Hong Kong needs a plentiful supply of skilled local and non-local workers to maintain and enhance the city’s competitiveness. Photo: Felix Wong
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

In the global race for talent, here’s how Hong Kong can get ahead

  • Hong Kong isn’t alone in facing a shortage of future-proof talent, which means it needs to be extra competitive
  • The necessary steps – reform education, reskill workers, improve quality of life, retain talent – are well known, but require collective effort

People walk past a transparent poster in Central Market on June 2. Hong Kong needs a plentiful supply of skilled local and non-local workers to maintain and enhance the city’s competitiveness. Photo: Felix Wong
People walk past a transparent poster in Central Market on June 2. Hong Kong needs a plentiful supply of skilled local and non-local workers to maintain and enhance the city’s competitiveness. Photo: Felix Wong
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