Up and down the island, Taiwan boasts a professional, well-trained workforce. Key among the essential factors in deciding where to locate, whether as an employer or an employee, is salary scale. Stable salaries attract a greater range of talent in a virtuous cycle that enables workers to feel their full value and employers to maintain reasonable labor costs. Sourcing a qualified, educated workforce is a similarly important consideration, and the Taiwan labor market offers companies a pool of educated candidates without exorbitant salary premiums for advanced degree holders.
Paying Taxes are always a pain in the neck for anyone. Paying taxes as a foreigner can even be more daunting since you have all these questions and rules you may not be familiar with. Here are some information about paying your taxes as a foreigner working an average white-collar job in Taiwan.
Taiwan’s central government has made available Covid Relief Programs for many businesses
As COVID 19 started to spread in Taiwan, naturally there is a significant impact on the country's economy. Aiming at alleviate the impacts of the pandemic to the country's business economy, the Taiwan government has made available covid relief programs
Sorting out your visa in Taiwan can be a real pain. As a foreigner in Taiwan, it’s easy to feel like the system is working against you.
We love Taiwan, however the bureaucracy, not so much. That being said, there are many visas for the different situations foreigners find themselves in. So, if you’re struggling to figure out which visa is right for you, take a peek at this guide and follow your rainbow to the pot of “legal status” in Taiwan.