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M1 Workers’ Wage Index

Category:Whole Industry (Employed Persons' Median Wage)

Sector: N/A

The salaries of craft and related workers/elementary occupations were lower than the Hong Kong median monthly earnings and also the industry median monthly earning, whilst the managers and administrators/professionals/associate professionals had a higher salary than the Hong Kong median monthly earnings and also the industry median.  The salary differences between different groups of employees remained largely unchanged over the last 5 years.

M1 
Note 1 – As confirmed by Census and Statistics Department, Median monthly employment earnings in the report are nominal values not subject to any adjustment
Note 2 – Median monthly employment earnings in construction industry by occupation for 2008 to 2011 are provided by Census and Statistics Department.
Note 3 – Data for years 2001 to 2007 are not available.

M2 Workers' Aging Index - % of Registered Workers Under and Above the Age of 40

M2.1 – Whole Industry

Category: Whole Industry

Sector: N/A

The workers’ aging index aims to keep track of the aging situation for the purpose of manpower planning.  It is revealed that just over 30% of the current registered workers are under the age of 40.

  M2-1 
M2.2 – Registered Workers with Mandatory Basic Safety Training Course (Green Card)

Category: Whole Industry

Sector: N/A

It is revealed that just around 35% of the registered workers with mandatory basic safety training course (green card) are under the age of 40.  This number has remained largely unchanged over the last 5 years

  M2-2 

Note 1 – The data was provided by Construction Workers Registration Authority.

Note 2 – Data for each year was counted from 1 January to 31 December

Note 3 – Data for year 2001 to 2007 is not available.

M3 Retention Rate of Graduates (Basic craft courses and Construction Supervisor / Technician Programme provided by the CIC)

Category:Whole Industry

Sector: N/A The response rate fluctuated over the past years.

The response rate fluctuated over the past years.  The graduates’ retention rate had been decreasing since 2000 until 2005.  The graduates’ retention rate showed a significant improvement since 2007.  The retention rate was 88.4% in 2012.

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Note 1 – The data was obtained from the CIC.
Note 2 – Retention rate of graduates after 12 months of graduation was calculated based on results of graduate survey on basic craft courses and Construction Supervisor / Technician Programme provided by the CIC.  However, it is understood that the graduates should also cover the adult short courses.  Retention rate of graduates of short courses after 3 months of graduation may be provided in future for further reference.
Note 3 – The response rate means the number of survey returned and the retention rate was calculated based on the retuned survey but not the number of all the graduates.
Note 4 – Year represents the year of graduation of the workers
Note 5 – Data for years 2002 to 2004, 2006 and 2010 is not available


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