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Foreign Talent-Hunting Program to Start in 2010

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I mentioned several times before (here, here, and here) that it’s quite difficult for foreigners to work in professions other than teaching.  I think the new measures mentioned here may not immediately open up new doors for foreign talent (other than teaching) but at least it’s a good start IMO.

However, there seems to be a lot of strings attached:

The Ministry of Justice plans to give foreign professionals advantages in gaining permanent residency or F-5 visas, if their potential and present contributions are deemed essential.

In addition, those who purchase real estate in designated areas such as the special economic zone of Jeju Island or live in those areas for five years or more will be eligible for the privileged visa status.

This may be a good idea (kind of like a WorkNplay for non-teaching gigs) but I have a hunch that it may be geared more towards migrant workers seeking factory (or DDD) gigs.


Written by recruiterinkorea

December 28, 2009 at 1:48 pm

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  1. What do you think of Epik’s new idea? If they fail their evaluation then they will be blacklisted by immigration on getting a new job. Also the part about English teachers from India being paid less than their counterparts.


    December 29, 2009 at 7:34 pm

  2. […] with a group of foreigners at their particular job.  This seems to contradict the posts I made here and here and here awhile […]

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