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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 earnings, whilst the managers and administrators/professionals/associate professionals as well as the industry median monthly earnings had a higher salary than the Hong Kong median monthly earnings. The industry median monthly earnings recorded 10.7% higher than the quarterly mean of the Hong Kong median monthly earnings in 2013.

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 2013 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 over the last 6 years

  M2-2 

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

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 graduates’ retention rate had been decreasing since 2000 until 2005. The graduates’ retention rate showed a significant improvement between 2007 and 2012. The retention rate showed a drop in 2013 by 8.8% compared to the year before.

M3 
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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