I’m sharing a very important opportunity here. All Hands Taiwan is conducting a survey of the living and working experiences of foreigners in Taiwan in order to better inform the government and positively impact lawmaking in the future. The results of the survey will be turned into a whitepaper that will be co-authored by the American Institute in Taiwan and delivered to the government with the intent to lobby for better visa and working regulations. We would greatly appreciate it if you could find 10 minutes to complete the survey and so much the better if you can also encourage a friend to take it, too.
WHAT IS THIS?
This is a survey of the living and working experiences of foreigners in Taiwan.
WHY TAKE IT?
The Taiwanese government is woefully uninformed about the experiences of foreigners living in Taiwan and the results are clunky paperwork processes, poorly marketed visa opportunities, and uninformed laws that prevent job seekers from getting jobs and companies from hiring the talent they need.
WHO DOES IT HELP/AFFECT?
This affects every foreigner living in Taiwan. Improvements can be made in visa regulations, working laws, student and intern opportunities, long-term living in Taiwan, and more.
HOW MANY PEOPLE SHOULD TAKE IT?
We need thousands of responses to have stable and reliable data. We need you to share with us 10 very valuable minutes and to encourage your foreign friends to do the same. Let’s make Taiwan an even better place to live and work!