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Unformatted text preview: Now let me talk about the detailed questions and our analysis to these statistics. We divide our questionnaire into three parts, part-time jobs, internships and future planning. First of all, let’s look at the part-time jobs. The first question is “have you ever had part-time jobs?” The difference is obvious. Most of the local students have the experiences of part-time jobs, whereas most of the mainland students don’t. The biggest reason for this situation is the policy. Local students are allowed to take part-time jobs since secondary school. But mainland students are qualified from the second year they come to Hong Kong. And place are limited on campus for mainland students. That is to say, they can only take the jobs provided by the school. Another reason is the problem of language. Being not good at Cantonese is unavoidably a big obstacle for working. The reasons I mentioned above relate directly to the data of the second question. The question is “how long do you work per week?” 0-7 hours takes up the largest portion for both local and mainland students. However, 20% of the local students work 15-21 hours per week, but no mainland students have...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2011 for the course APSS 1001 taught by Professor Zhou during the Spring '11 term at Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
- Spring '11