Public financial institutions will no longer require foreign language test scores when recruiting new employees



According to the FSC’s new guidelines to improve the current recruitment system, public financial corporations will no longer ask for foreign language test scores and certifications when recruiting new employees.

It was found that a huge number of job seekers are spending significant amount of money and time in obtaining high language test scores and certificates even though such qualifications are not related to their jobs.

If necessary, public financial corporations will only look into whether the applicants satisfy the minimum language test score and no preferential advantages will be given to those with higher scores.
The government expects that private firms will follow suit of the exemplary practice of the state-owned financial corporations if they take a leading role in improving the current recruitment system.


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