If the cost of living is one of your worries when considering a destination to study or kickstart a career, you are not alone. To measure the Youth Mobility Index, DotAsia Organization collected over 500 data points which includes the comparison of living cost in 20 localities across Asia.
In case you are planning to start a career in another Asian city, choosing a destination would never be easy because each of them would bring a thriving living experience. To get the best out of the living during your overseas working, you’d better know what you most enjoy so that you could narrow down the choice.
As reported in Pwc’s Annual Global CEO Survey, by 2020, Millennials will be dominating and form more than 50% of the workforce. The CEO respondents in the survey said attracting and keeping younger workers is one of their biggest talent challenges, which is aligned with what stated in YMI Report 2018 that today’s youth is opting for mobility as a progressive form of stability. To attract and retain best talents, modern workplace design has become an important tactic.
It’s not a news that Asia tops the charts of internet and mobile growth. Indeed, in the past decade, Asia maintained an outperform position when compared to the rest of the other localities in the world with regards to the Internet or the mobile phone usage. Taking a closer look in Asia, on the top of the Internet population ranking, Japan (94%), South Korea (92%) and Taiwan (88%) poised to be the leading localities, according to Youth Mobility Index (YMI.Asia)
Job stability or employee loyalty has been highly praised for long in the past. As a staff of a company, you are expected to stay for a long term to gain solid experience and climb to the top of the corporate ladder. After decades of generational changes, employment remains equally important among youth. However…