台灣58%的人拿不出10萬應急?千人哀嚎:確定不是85% | Up to 6 in 10 people don’t have NT$100,000 for emergency use in Taiwan

有網友近日在臉書社團表示,聽說台灣 58% 的人拿不出 10 萬元應急,結果 2 千多人哀嚎:確定不是 85%?(圖/取自pixabay)| On a Facebook post that went viral, the poster claimed that reported 58% of Taiwanese cannot come up with 100k NTD for emergency uses. More than 2,000 internet users responded, questioning “Are you sure it isn’t 85%?” (Photo Credit: pixabay).

人生起起落落,或許在一生當中你會遇到各種困難,而在面臨困境時,你拿得出 10 萬元來應急嗎?

TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) – Life is unpredictable. It is very likely that you will encounter some sort of predicament at one point in your life. If you are in such a dire condition, will you have NT$100,000 at hand?

日前就有網友在臉書社團犀利發問,結果問題一出, 2 千多人紛紛直呼「確定不是 85% …?」即便台灣最低工資已調漲到 23.1 K,但對許多人而言根本不夠,僅能過著較低的生活水準。

Even though Taiwan recently raised the country’s minimum wage to NT$23,100 per month, it is still lower than the minimum living wage of most people, forcing them to live under continuous stress.

近日有網友就在臉書社團「爆廢公社」中發文表示,「聽說台灣 58% 的人拿不出 10 萬塊應急,如果你也是出來打招呼。」一席話點出超現實問題。

Recently a Facebook user commented on this topic, saying: “Reportedly, 58 percent of Taiwanese citizens cannot get NT$100,000 for emergency uses. Comment below if you are one of the 58 percent.” Unexpectedly, more than 2,000 internet users responded, asking: “Are you sure it isn’t 85 percent?”

貼文曝光,網友紛紛哀嚎,「有房貸要繳,沒錢啊!」「舉手,1000 元也拿不出來」、「 5000 就很難了… 」「確定不是 85%」、「看樣子不只 58%」、「 10 萬是帳單不是現金」、「長這麼大還沒看過 10 萬」、「錢不是問題,問題是沒錢」、「我用畫的畫的出來」。

Among the various replies, most users complained: “I have mortgage. I’m broke!”; “Count me in, I don’t even have NT$100,000”; “NT$5,000 is already more than what I can afford …”; “Are you sure it isn’t 85%?”; “It seems like it’s more than 58%”; “NT$100,000 is my invoice, not cash”, “I haven’t seen NT$100,000 all my life” NT$100,000; and “The only way for me to get it is to draw it.”

不過,也有少數網友表示「我有,10 萬還拿得出來」、「大概拿得出來」、「平常有在存錢,10 萬應該還有」。

However, a small portion of people also claimed that they can get their hands on NT$100,000, commenting “I have them, NT$100,000 is manageable”; “I can most likely do it”; or “I’ve been saving, so I probably have NT$100,000 to spare.”