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|A Study on New Immigrants Job Searching and Employment Choices：Cases from Southeast Asia.
southeast asia new immigrants;job searching and employment choices
|2023-11-22 09:10:48 (UTC+8)
This study aims to understand the factors influencing job search and employment among new residents in Southeast Asia, in-depth interviews with Southeast Asia new immigrants through qualitative research on their experiences and feelings in job hunting and employment in Taiwan, further explore the correlation between these factors, and organize and summarize these influencing factors, Finally, as an improvement and suggestion for policies related to job hunting and employment for new residents.Through this study, we aim to explore the current situation of job seeking and employment among new residents in Southeast Asia,challenges and dilemmas faced in employment, And using research findings as policy recommendations, Therefore, in the research process, the "anti oppression perspective" will be used for analysis and observation,Not just through qualitative research interviews, I hope to collect the challenges and difficulties faced by new residents in Southeast Asia in their employment during the research,Using its issues as policy recommendations, Add a guarantee and fairness to the employment of new residents in Southeast Asia.Based on the above, the research purpose of this study is to:1. Explore the current situation of job seeking and employment for new residents in Southeast Asia, 2. Exploring the difficulties and challenges faced by new residents in Southeast Asia in job search and employment, as well as corresponding strategies,3.The results of this study serve as improvement suggestions for government policies. Research method: Qualitative in-depth interview method, Interview with Three New Southeast Asian Residents, Conduct data collection and analysis. There are three research conclusions: 1. Insufficient understanding of welfare policies among new residents,2.New residents are deeply influenced by the social environment, 3. New residents lack awareness of their own advantages.
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