More than 10,000 jobs are being offered in Taiwan as firms led by its largest semiconductor manufacturer are addressing rising international demand.
The country's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) is planning to hold several job fairs across Taiwan and will include both traditional and hi-tech companies, Taiwan Economic News has reported.
This follows "aggressive recruitments" by its Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing and AU Optoronics in recent months.
Advanced Semiconductor Engineering said it has recruited around 2,000 staff for its new plant in southern Taiwan.
One of the organisations taking part is Chi Mei Optoelectronics, which is looking to set up a LCD panel factory in China after the Taiwanese government relaxed rules on investment overseas.
Similarly, a number of electronics components manufacturers such as Intel are reporting stronger forecasts and sales in Asian markets.