The property market in Hong Kong is in high demand. A number of local development projects have led to the development of the real estate service industry. As a result, the demand for property management and real estate personnel has increased. Hong Kong’s real estate services industry employs about 120000 people, including property management, estate agents and real estate development, and so on. The working hours in this industry are generally longer than those in other industries, and the physical strength required is relatively high, resulting in greater employee mobility.
The building attendant (security guard) plays an important role in safeguarding the safety of the public. Their duties include the management of residential, commercial, factory and other facilities. The following are the main tasks:
About 48-72 hours a week
Depending on the type of property they are stationed in, their daily work is usually at the entrance of the building, car park, etc
Diploma Yi Jin Programme
Other training courses
Note 3: A holder of a Yi Jin Diploma is equivalent to attaining Level 2 in five subjects of the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (including Chinese Language and English Language). Job Title: Estate Agent
Estate agents need good social and communication skills to communicate directly with their clients. The following are the main tasks of estate agents:
About 52 hours a week
Work in a real estate agency and accompany clients when necessary
Note: The remuneration will vary according to experience and commission.