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    Title: 「新移民背景」究竟為她們帶來了甚麼? : 影響越南新娘在臺就業分析
    Other Titles: Effects of new immigrants status upon their lives : an analysis of employment status of employment status of Vietnamese brides in Taiwan
    Authors: 陳怡文;Chen, Yi-wen
    Contributors: 淡江大學東南亞研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 新移民女性;外籍新娘就業;跨國婚姻;女性勞動參與率;new female immigrant;employment of foreign bridge;transnational marriage;Female Labor Force Participation rate
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2010-09-23 15:13:37 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在台灣東南亞女性外籍配偶以越南人數最多,本研究針對其來台後就業選擇的影響因素,由兩個層面加以探討。首先,從新移民女性來台之後就業所遭遇到的困境,包括對於職業的選擇、限制及所受到的影響;再者,另外,亦探討新移民女性在台灣的就業情況是否和原生國有所關聯。


    Among immigrant spouses from Southeast Asia to Taiwan , Vietnamese women from the biggest group. This research, take Taiwan as the geographical background, unveil the aftermath of this evolution. This study particularly focuses on the job employments and opportunities among these new immigrants. It is analyzed in two aspects;(1) It explores the difficulties, limitations, and restrictions of employment when it comes to finding a job. (2) It scrutinizes the relationships between the native country of these immigrants and Taiwan to connect the similarities and differences. Moreover, it talks about other possible reasons that might also take effect in their selections of jobs such as family values, family duties and commitments... etc.

    This study has analyzed the restriction placed by the factors of human resource, family condition, social norm, and the labor market on the employment of the immigrants. From the perspective of human resource, the education backgrounds are mostly at high school hence their language ability and un-ability of working after arriving Taiwan in a certain time weaken their competitiveness in the market and put them in a disadvantage situation. As for the family condition, the major influences are the financial status and children raising. Working of female immigrants in families with better financial status can be simply time-killing. While in the families with poor financial status, their working income is crucial for raising the offspring and maintaining the basic family livelihood. Therefore, people who run their own business must consider the source of funds and the trammels of family affairs while the employed ones must give thoughts on the social impression received and the divergence of wage. The study indicates that the immigration indeed has substantial improved for the financial status of new female immigrants. The job vacuum in Taiwan is more than in their home countries. However, their identity of new immigrant needs to be taken into consideration as well.

    This study discovers that these new female immigrants; whether they own their business or work as employees, all need to build up self-recognition before starting their new lives in this new environment. Knowing one’s own talent and weakness is half way to success and it applies the same to these newly immigrant women. For example, they can transform their hometown features into new business ideas. Moreover, they provide opportunities in demand for self-employment, self-supply and sufficiently fit-in into the society. Most importantly, how the government and private organizations commit themselves to this new change and create easy access to the job information which best benefit these newly immigrants.
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