Working in Hong Kong

Working in Hong Kong

Employment in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong Welcomes U

This one-stop web portal hosts a wide range of information on employment, education, investment and immigration matters as well as social, recreational and cultural activities for those wanting to learn more about relocating to and living in Hong Kong.

Employment in Hong Kong

Browse the Employment section of GovHK for information and services related to job search, labour legislation, employees' protection and compensation, the Mandatory Provident Fund Scheme, and occupational safety and health in Hong Kong, etc.

Employment in Hong Kong

Dedicated Webpage on Higher Education Employment

Degree holders may browse employment related information and search for suitable job openings through the dedicated webpage.

Recruitment of Native-speaking English Teachers

The Native-speaking English Teacher Scheme recruits native English speakers to teach in public sector primary and secondary schools in Hong Kong. Learn about the recruitment process, and check out this exciting opportunity to live and work in Hong Kong.

Overseas Domestic Helpers Centres

A number of Overseas Domestic Helpers Centres have been established to provide facilities for helpers to gather and carry out activities on their rest days. Find more information about these centres here.

Interactive Employment Service

Search for the latest jobs available in the Interactive Employment Service of the Labour Department.

Race Discrimination Ordinance Code of Practice on Employment

This Code of Practice explains how the Race Discrimination Ordinance protects you from racial discrimination in employment-related situations. Check out the details here.

Foreign Domestic Helpers

Find detailed information on hiring foreign domestic helpers in Hong Kong.

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Last revision date: November 2023