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    Title: 泰國勞工之工作與生活狀況:台灣訪談資料分析
    Other Titles: Working and Living Conditions of Thai Contract Workers in Taiwan: A Study on Individual Outcomes of Labour Migration
    Authors: 蔡青龍;Tsay, Ching-lung;林季平;Lin, Ji-ping
    Contributors: 淡江大學東南亞研究所
    Keywords: 國際勞工移動;契約工;遷移成本;台灣;泰國;International Labour Migration;Taiwan;Contract Workers;Migration Outcomes;Thailand
    Date: 2000-05
    Issue Date: 2012-12-03 21:28:36 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北縣:淡江大學東南亞研究所
    Abstract: 本研究係根據一於1999 年完成的在台泰勞訪問調查,主要目的是希望
    ( 1 )描述在台泰勞之一般人口及社經特徵和( 2 )探討他們工作及生活狀況,
    工作報酬。第二、泰勞至台灣工作的遷移成本非常的高; 例如其直接金錢成本
    平均即高達140,000 泰餘,然這部分可能係由於利息負擔所致。雖然其遷移之
    製造業及營造業為主。第四、泰勞在台平均月薪大約為新台幣25 ,000 元,且
    乎所有的泰勞皆感到非常獨單。Based on a data set from the 1999 Survey of Thai Migrant Workers in
    Taiwan, this paper is (1) to depict the general characteristics of Thai contract
    workers and (2) to explore their working and living situations, including income
    expectation and adaptation issues. The findings are summarized as follows. The
    reason for migration is very straightforward: the pursuit of a higher pay in Taiwan.
    The migration cost is very high (about Bhat 140,000), probably due to the burden of
    interest charge. In terms of personal characteristics, Thai workers concentrate in the
    northern Taiwan and are selective of young males with limited education. Most Thai
    workers have realized their migration expectation, as they enjoyed good pay in
    Taiwan. The median monthly income is close to NT$ 25,000. Thai workers in the
    construction industry have a much higher income level than their manufacturing
    counterparts. In terms of fitness of job-expectation, however, the former are mostly
    dissatisfied while the latter mostly satisfied. In terms of satisfaction with income,
    construction workers tend to regard that they are paid fairly for their work. Higher
    proportion of manufacturing workers are either dissatisfied or highly satisfied. Most
    Thai workers do not fully understand their work contract and they tend to work
    overtime. About a half of them have some problems in workplace and in health. In
    comparison to their manufacturing counterparts, construction workers seem to have
    more problems with job, workplace, and health. The survey also indicates that there
    is not much difficulty in dealing with the Taiwanese. The psychic cost of Thai
    workers might be very high, as nearly all of them often feel very lonely.
    Relation: 2000年台灣的東南亞區域研究年度研討會論文集(一),31頁
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