Starting wages for new graduates fall: survey

11/25/2016 08:11 PM
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Taipei, Nov. 25 (CNA) The average starting salary received by new graduates in their first job in 2016 fell about 4 percent from a year earlier, although the local economy showed signs of improving, according to a survey released by the online 1111 job bank on Friday.


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