Almost half of Hong Kong’s BN(O) migrants are still unemployed, struggle with language and workplace culture differences

Fearful of the loss of personal freedoms and losing trust in the local government, Jane Leung* left a well-paid job in human resources when she swapped Hong Kong for the British city of Nottingham in June.Now, four months after entering the country under the government’s British National (Overseas) visa scheme, Leung is struggling to find a job.The 40-year-old, who worked in HR for the past decade, has been looking for part-time admin and customer service work that would facilitate her picking…


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