University graduates bemoan low wages, despite record high

06/01/2017 03:50 PM
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Taipei, June 1 (CNA) Recent government data indicates that on average university graduates earned a monthly salary of NT$28,116 (US$932) in 2016, an increase of NT$461, or 1.67 percent on the previous year. Few young people in Taiwan, however, were cheered by the news, bemoaning the prospect of years working for low wages.


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