Two young volunteers assist a visually impaired woman during a special bird-watching tour at the Inspiration Lake. The Shue Yan University study of people aged 15 to 24 found that those who were in employment and who had done voluntary work, housework and were regular savers generally scored higher level of competitiveness than their peers. Photo: SCMP
Two young volunteers assist a visually impaired woman during a special bird-watching tour at the Inspiration Lake. The Shue Yan University study of people aged 15 to 24 found that those who were in employment and who had done voluntary work, housework and were regular savers generally scored higher level of competitiveness than their peers. Photo: SCMP

Hong Kong youngsters tested to see how competitive they are

Volunteers, savers and independent travellers score highly in a test of competitiveness

Two young volunteers assist a visually impaired woman during a special bird-watching tour at the Inspiration Lake. The Shue Yan University study of people aged 15 to 24 found that those who were in employment and who had done voluntary work, housework and were regular savers generally scored higher level of competitiveness than their peers. Photo: SCMP
Two young volunteers assist a visually impaired woman during a special bird-watching tour at the Inspiration Lake. The Shue Yan University study of people aged 15 to 24 found that those who were in employment and who had done voluntary work, housework and were regular savers generally scored higher level of competitiveness than their peers. Photo: SCMP
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