IT recruitment remains buoyant with an increase of 24% in the number of job vacancies advertised, according to research from our Asia Jobs Index Q2 2015.
“IT professionals remained highly sought-after as companies expanded their IT centres to enhance product and service offerings, leading to a 24% annual growth in job advertisements," commented Arthur Wang, Managing Director - China, Robert Walters.
Growth in the Asian regions
Hong Kong: Diversified economy supports steady growth, with active hiring seen in the accounting and finance, sales and IT sectors.
Japan: Improved business confidence adds jobs and companies face increasing challenge in finding talent.
Malaysia: Talent attraction remains key priority, with a majority of hires coming from replacement roles and expansion within existing companies.
Singapore: Positive recruitment atmosphere in marketing and IT due to the surge in e-commerce and mobile applications.
South Korea: Newly signed free trade agreements encourage more foreign companies to enter the market which in turn increase job openings.
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About The Asia Job Index
The Robert Walters Asia Job Index tracks the number of job advertisements on a daily basis across the executive appointments sections of key newspapers and leading online job boards in China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, and South Korea.
Released on a quarterly basis, the report provides an indicative summary of recruitment activity being experienced across major regional markets as well as key industry comparisons.
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