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Wednesday, September 7, 2016, 23:08

Survey: Local graduates’ work performance satisfactory


HONG KONG – A survey released on Wednesday revealed that first-degree graduates scored 3.62 out of a five-point scale in overall work performance – the highest score since the survey, commissioned by the Education Bureau, began in 1998.

The survey interviewed more than 2,000 employees in the city through questionnaires from 2015 to 2016, covering nearly 1,400 local first-degree graduates and over 700 local sub-degree graduates from 1,800 private and public organizations and companies.

Most employees considered the performance of local first-degree and sub-degree graduates quite satisfactory. All the students involved are those who were accredited in 2013.

The survey also found that different degree holders yielded different performances. For example, out of the nine performance indicators, sub-degree graduates were found to have better performance in information technology literacy, followed by work attitude, interpersonal skills and language proficiency, while the first-degree graduates performed best in work attitude, followed by information technology literacy, language proficiency and numerical competency.

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