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[Anchor Lead]

Starting in the second half of this year, entry tests for 46 public agencies will be grouped by their fields of expertise and held on the same day. The aim is to prevent people who passed multiple tests from converging in only on a few agencies and to save the recruiting cost wasted by accepting applicants who were hired by multiple employers.

[Pkg]

A financial institution hired about 50 new employees last year. But 10 of them left for another agency.

[Soundbite] (Agency Official(Voice modified)) : "We were stunned because we thought they were proud of our company."

This happens frequently because many apply for multiple positions due to different test dates. It has become such a common problem that over the past 3 years, some 870 people who had passed the tests to enter public agencies have changed jobs.

[Soundbite] (Agency Official(Voice modified)) : "Personnel costs include hiring and training expenses, but those expenses are wasted."

This is why the government has decided to hold joint recruiting sessions for 46 public institutions in the second half of the year. Those agencies will be grouped into seven fields, such as infrastructure, energy, fiscal policy, and health and medical services. The institutions in the same category will hold their tests on the same day. The fields of infrastructure and energy, which have a large number of agencies, have been divided into four subgroups. Consequently, the examination date for the airport subgroup will be September 30th and for the roadways subgroup November 18th. Subgroups in the energy field will administer tests from the end of October to mid-November. However, job seekers are not happy with the new system.

[Soundbite] (Job Seeker) : "There are fewer opportunities. We won't be able to take multiple test."

[Soundbite] (Job Seeker) : "If I don't pass, I will have to wait another year. That's a lot of pressure on a job seeker."

The government will decide on whether to administer this system to more agencies after assessing the results of the joint recruitment program.
  • Entry Exams
    • 입력 2017-09-08 14:34:59
    • 수정2017-09-08 14:38:06
    News Today
[Anchor Lead]

Starting in the second half of this year, entry tests for 46 public agencies will be grouped by their fields of expertise and held on the same day. The aim is to prevent people who passed multiple tests from converging in only on a few agencies and to save the recruiting cost wasted by accepting applicants who were hired by multiple employers.

[Pkg]

A financial institution hired about 50 new employees last year. But 10 of them left for another agency.

[Soundbite] (Agency Official(Voice modified)) : "We were stunned because we thought they were proud of our company."

This happens frequently because many apply for multiple positions due to different test dates. It has become such a common problem that over the past 3 years, some 870 people who had passed the tests to enter public agencies have changed jobs.

[Soundbite] (Agency Official(Voice modified)) : "Personnel costs include hiring and training expenses, but those expenses are wasted."

This is why the government has decided to hold joint recruiting sessions for 46 public institutions in the second half of the year. Those agencies will be grouped into seven fields, such as infrastructure, energy, fiscal policy, and health and medical services. The institutions in the same category will hold their tests on the same day. The fields of infrastructure and energy, which have a large number of agencies, have been divided into four subgroups. Consequently, the examination date for the airport subgroup will be September 30th and for the roadways subgroup November 18th. Subgroups in the energy field will administer tests from the end of October to mid-November. However, job seekers are not happy with the new system.

[Soundbite] (Job Seeker) : "There are fewer opportunities. We won't be able to take multiple test."

[Soundbite] (Job Seeker) : "If I don't pass, I will have to wait another year. That's a lot of pressure on a job seeker."

The government will decide on whether to administer this system to more agencies after assessing the results of the joint recruitment program.

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