Resources

An ever-growing list of resources for job seekers and entrepreneurs. Know of something great that’s not here? Send us a message!

  • 104.com.tw – Largest Taiwan jobs site, some listings in English
  • Anchor Taiwan – The #1 Entrepreneurial Residency in Asia
  • CCIFT – A non-profit organization providing business services in Taiwan and France
  • Cake Resume – In addition to offering resume building tools, Cake has a job board with listings for Taiwan
  • Canada Government Job Board – Taiwan-based jobs from the Canadian government and trade office
  • Contact Taiwan – Government run organization that intends to help local companies find foreign talent
  • Crossroads TW – Crossroads is  elevating understanding, reach, and recognition of Taiwan around the world. Great resource for employment laws, entrepreneurship, and immigration
  • Find a Private Student – Taiwan-based platform connecting professionals, teachers, and tutors to those seeking private tutoring sessions
  • How to Start a Business in Taiwan – Page named for a book by entrepreneur Elias Ek
  • InternTaiwan (InternChina) – Paid internship placements in Taiwan *only for university students* (post-internship negotiations also available)
  • Jobs in Taipei – Job board aggregator
  • LinkedIn Taiwan Groups – There are a wide array of Taiwan-focused groups on LinkedIn
  • Meet.Jobs – Global jobs site started by Taiwanese, mostly tech jobs, most listings in Chinese
  • MOX: Mobile Only Accelerator – Entrepreneur- and investment-focused platform with regular events, great for networking…and free beer
  • Non-Teaching Jobs for Foreign Students (FB Group) – It says for students, but they post useful info and job posts for anyone
  • Non-Teaching Jobs in Kaohsiung (FB Group) – Group dedicated to jobs in the southern city of Kaohsiung
  • Non-Teaching Jobs in Taiwan (FB Group) – Large, active group dedicated to helping job seekers and companies with openings connect
  • Taipei Women in Tech (FB Group) – A group focused on creating a community of women in tech; occasional job listings, lots of events and outreach
  • Taiwan Gold Card Visa (Application) – Foreign special professionals can apply to National Immigration Agency for emplyment gold card, which includes work permit, resident visa, ARC, and re-entry permit
  • Women Who Code Taipei – Women Who Code inspires women to excel in technology careers. Regular events and occasional job postings.
  • Working in Taiwan (FB Group) – The largest group that I know of for (foreigner-focused) employment in Taiwan
  • Yourator – A job board focused on startups in Taiwan