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Talents in tech-related sectors are wanted

E-COMMERCE, high-tech and financial sectors are expected to have a higher demand for talents in China this year, recruitment firm Robert Walters said in its Global Salary Survey today.

“It is anticipated that in 2017, with the growth of e-commerce and fintech, China will become more innovation-driven and technologically developed. The demand for professional with relevant skills will continue to be the key areas for employment,” said Matthew Bennett, managing director of Robert Walters China.

Demand for technology professionals will remain buoyant this year, especially for those talents with e-commerce, digital, big data and online marketing operation skills.

E-commerce and digital professionals are expected to command higher salaries in 2017. Salary of people who change their job in technology industry is going to increase by 15 to 20 percent compared with last year, according to the report.

Robert Walters said a migration trend of professionals from traditional institutions to new and non-traditional institutions like internet banking and peer-to-peer (P2P) lenders was also observed.


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