How to find prospective interns in Hong Kong
There are no shortages of university students and fresh graduates that are seeking both internship and job opportunities. In the current era, it is very difficult for students without any working experience to find good and stable jobs.
However, it does create another sort of challenge to companies. How to filter and pick the most suitable interns for the company?
Many large companies (Banks, Big 4, etc) already have established HR departments that can filter out any of the potential candidates, most other companies (SMEs and startups) don’t have the resources to do that. In this article, We are going to list out some of the best job portals/platforms to post your jobs at.
Indeed is an American worldwide employment website for job listings launched in November 2004. It is a subsidiary of Japan’s Recruit Co. Ltd. and is co-headquartered in the cities of Austin, Texas and Stamford, Connecticut and several additional offices around the world, including in Hong Kong. Indeed can be considered as an example of vertical search. Indeed is currently available in over 60 countries and 28 languages.
Indeed can be considered as one of the best job portals that are currently running. There are over 60,000 jobs currently being posted in Hong Kong alone which covered internships, part-time, as well full-time jobs.
Jijis is a job portal/employment website based in Hong Kong. It is a one-stop online job information system for employers and university students jointly offered by UGC-funded (UGC – University Grants Committee) universities in Hong Kong. This portal is one of the easiest and most relevant to be used for students as all UGC-funded universities provide the link in their job board. As they’re funded by universities, any new jobs posted will be automatically available in various job boards within those universities
AngelList is a U.S. website for startups, angel investors, and job-seekers looking to work at startups. Created in 2010, the platform has a mission to democratize the investment process and to help startups with their challenges in fundraising and talent. It started as an online introduction board for tech startups that needed seed funding. Since 2015, the site allows startups to raise money from angel investors free of charge.
4. The HKIP
The Hong Kong Internship Platform (The HKIP) is a platform that helps students find the most suitable internships for them. Launched in 2020 by some fresh graduates, making them understand the struggle of finding internships and job opportunities for fresh graduates. This portal is user friendly and easy to use for both interns and employers.
CTGoodJobs is a brand extension under Career Times Online Ltd. They offer recruitment and employer branding solutions as well as the best UX interface and resources for recruiters and visitors. They have a wide range of target audience shown by their strong usage of social media, having more than 320.000 Facebook followers.
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