The average jobseeker who landed a full-time job in the first half of this year was 26.9 years old, majored in engineering or science, spent 10.4 months abroad on language programs and held 1.3 internships.
According to a survey by job portal Incruit, successful applicants were between 19 to 34 years old.
Some 76 percent were university graduates, 11 percent finished vocational college, 6.5 percent had no degree, 0.6 percent had Master's degrees and 0.9 percent PhDs.
Almost half of the successful applicants majored in engineering or science, while 19 percent were business or economics majors, 13 percent humanities or language majors, and nine percent social science majors. Only seven percent majored in sports or music.