Internet Spring is still averaging 234,200 yuan
According to big data, from January 2018 to March 2019, the shortage of middle-and high-end talents in China slowed overall, and the industry-wide talent shortage index (TSI (TSI) is the abbreviation of Talent Shortage Index.
This is closely related to the overall economic situation of the country. In the second half of 2018, the domestic economy is facing greater downward pressure. Employment units tend to be conservative as a whole, and recruitment demand has slowed down. Job seekers are more cautious about changing jobs, and the overall shortage of talent has decreased. At the same time, the first quarter of January and February are in the low season of recruitment, which is also affected by the factors of the Spring Festival holidays, and thus suffered a certain degree of impact.
Compared with the trend of TSI in the Internet industry and the whole industry in the past 15 months, the shortage of middle and high-end talents in the Internet industry is significantly higher than that in the whole industry every month, which shows that the Internet industry is still one of the most dynamic industries.
Due to the rapid and excessive development of the Internet in the past few years, under the test of the economic situation, the demand for talents has gradually returned to rationality. In order to better develop, some Internet companies actively adjust their organizational structure and personnel structure to complete the organizational upgrading and personnel upgrading, and better adapt to the current economic situation.
According to hunting statistics, there are more than 1200 companies with financing and listing behavior in the first quarter of 2019, of which nearly 500 are Internet companies, the latter's demand for talent increased 57.43% compared with the first quarter of 2018; among Internet companies of different age, hunting found that the demand for recruiting new Internet companies increased 32.83% compared with the first quarter of 2018. The recruitment demand of Internet companies with a history of more than 10 years increased by 39.30% year on year.
According to the average salary of middle and high-end talents in China, the average salary of financial industry is still far ahead of other industries, with an average salary of 249.5 million yuan, followed by the Internet industry, with an average salary of 234.2 million yuan.
First-tier cities are attractive. Beijing's average annual salary is 274,400 yuan.
From the distribution of high-end talents in the first quarter of 2019, the concentration of first-tier cities is higher, 43%. Because the first-tier cities are richer in resources and more mature in industry development, they provide more development opportunities for all kinds of talents and have better salaries, so they are very attractive.
From the ranking point of view, the first-tier cities are still in the top four, and Hangzhou's proportion of high-end talents is second only to that of the first-tier cities. As Hangzhou develops rapidly and provides a large number of employment opportunities, in addition to its superior geographical environment and warm climate, it attracts a large number of middle and high-end talents to join. In addition, in recent years, cities have introduced various new policies to attract talents, and the second-tier cities are relatively strong in attracting talents, so they have a strong attraction for middle and high-end talents.
In terms of salary, Beijing ranks first with an average salary of 274,400 yuan, followed by Shanghai, Shenzhen and Guangzhou with an average salary of between 230,000 yuan and 260,000 yuan. It is noteworthy that there is still a significant gap between the salary of second-tier cities and that of new-tier cities, generally below 200,000 yuan. Although the employment policy in the second-tier cities is relatively good, the cost of living is relatively low, which also affects the local wage level to a certain extent.
Demand for jobs with average salary over 300,000 5G increased 32.12% year on year.
Hunter also analyzed 18 emerging areas through big data, covering 5G, AIAR, VRR, block chain, e-sports, big data, new energy vehicles, platform economy, sharing economy, cross-border e-commerce, InterneteducationIndustrial Internet, new generation of information technology, high-end equipment, biomedicine, new materials, Internet of Things, specially analyzed the top ten areas of job growth and salary, and explored the details of their talent demand and income.
In terms of job growth, in the first quarter of 2019, in the top ten areas with the fastest job growth year-on-year, the growth rates are highly different, but all of them are positive growth, with the growth range of 14.33% - 91.42%.
Demand for Internet education jobs was ranked first, at 91.42 percent, while e-sports was second, with 89.50 percent year-on-year growth of 89.50 percent and 44.30 percent year-on-year growth. This year, because of domestic 5GMobile phoneIn the 5G sector, which has received much attention, Zadui released a 32.12% increase over the first quarter of 2018.
In these areas, 5G is also a hot spot. 2019 is known as "the first year of 5G development". With the domestic mobile phone manufacturers launching 5G mobile phones at the World Mobile Communication Congress in February this year, 5G has become a high-tech hot spot of public concern, which will certainly stimulate the demand for middle and high-end talents in this field.
In terms of salary ranking, the overall level of the top 10 emerging areas is relatively high, with an average annual salary of over 230,000 yuan, of which the highest is Competition, with an average annual salary of 3143,000 yuan; the second and third emerging areas with average annual salary are block chains and AI, with an average of 271,000 yuan and 263,800 yuan, respectively; the fourth is in 5G, with an average annual salary of 263,800 yuan.