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ManpowerGroup China's Annual Talent Shortage Survey Reveals From "Made in China" to "Created in China", Technical Talents Become the Hot Spots

2020.05.11

– 16% of Mainland China employers report talent shortages, up 3%, compared with 2018.
– The top 3 jobs employers are having difficulty to fill in 2019in Mainland China are Sales & Marketing, Skilled Trades and Technicians.
– 57% of companies report talent shortages in the Asia Pacific region, 3 percentage points higher than the global average.

May 11th, 2020 China · Shanghai——ManpowerGroup, the leading global workforce solutions company, released 2019talent shortage survey result, revealing that 16% of Mainland China employers report talent shortages, up 3%,compared with the 2018.

It’s the 13thannual Talent Shortage Survey hosted by ManpowerGroup, to find out how much difficulty they are having filling jobs, which job categories are particularly hard to fill.

Increasing Demand for Technical Talents in Mainland China

The top 3 jobs employers are having difficulty to fill in 2019 in Mainland China are Sales & Marketing, Skilled Trades and Technicians. It is worth noting that the demand for technical talents has increased significantly with the upgrading of China's manufacturing industry. Skilled Trades and manufacturing rose from the fourth and eighth in 2018 to the second and fourth respectively in the rank, and IT personnel returned to the top ten most difficult positions to fill.

"From' made in China' to 'created in China', as a permeable technology system, artificial intelligence is empowering all walks of life in the process of industrial upgrading. With the improvement of the level of intelligence, the industrial production process is becoming more and more automatic, which intensifies the market demand for technical talents." ManpowerGroup Greater China said. "The outbreak of novel coronavirus pneumonia has a certain impact on economic development, but it will also create opportunities for the emerging digital industries such as telecommuting and online education, and further promote the demand for IT talents."

Top 10 jobs employers are having difficulty filling in Mainland China as follows (Ranking according to the difficulty):

More than Half of Companies around the World Report Talent Shortages

Talent shortages are increasing around the world, reaching a new high in the past 13 years. More than half of companies around the world cannot find the skills they are looking for –almost double what it was a decade ago. That is,54% of companies report talent shortages, up from 9% in 2018.

The top ten most in-demand roles in 2019 are trending year over year: 80% of them were also in short supply in 2018.Healthcare professionals enter the top ten reflecting an aging population. Meanwhile office administrators, contact center staff, project managers, lawyers and researchers fall out of the top ten reflecting the rise in automation of routine tasks.

Although the economic growth in the Asia Pacific region has slowed down which affected by the global economic environment, the growth momentum is still strong. 57% of companies in the Asia Pacific region are suffering from talent shortage, up 1 percentage point from 2018, 3 percentage points higher than the global average.

Science and technology boost the Asia Pacific economies and increase the demand for talents in this field. Engineers, IT personnel, Skilled Trades, Technicians, Health Care Professionals and other technical talents are in serious shortage, all of them are listed in the top ten most difficult positions to fill.

Top 10 jobs employers are having difficulty filling in Mainland China as follows (ranking according to the difficulty):

ManpowerGroup Greater China said:" To find, build and sustain the best talent, companies need to know What Workers Want. They need to shift their workforce demands closer to match the needs and desires of in-demand talent and expand the pool from which they source that talent."

Full results of ManpowerGroup Greater China’s 13th annual Talent Shortage Survey, can be downloaded at: http://www.manpowergrc.com/sc/about_research.php

For more details on the talent shortages around the world, visit ManpowerGroup’s new Talent Shortage microsite.

Note to Editors

ManpowerGroup(NYSE: MAN), surveyed over 24,419 employers in 44 countries and territories to explore the extent of talent shortages within the global labor market, how much difficulty they are having filling jobs, which job categories are particularly hard to fill. It’s the 13th annual Talent Shortage Survey hosted by ManpowerGroup.

In this survey, skilled trade workers vary widely. They must obtain unique techniques, only through practical operations for a period of time. Skilled trades include: bakers, chefs, electrician, carpenter, welder, bricklayer, tiler, plasters, plumbers, cabinet makers, masons, tanners. Many such occupations are connected with the building and construction industries. Technicians usually relates to technicians in engineering/technical, production/operations or maintenance roles. Professionals include: project managers, lawyers, researchers.

About ManpowerGroup Greater China
ManpowerGroup Greater China Limited (Stock Code: 2180.HK) started its business in Hong Kong and Taiwan in 1997. Since that time, it has accelerated its market expansion and now provides services to its clients in over 130 cities in the Greater China markets and operates in more than 20 offices. ManpowerGroup Inc. (NYSE: MAN), our largest shareholder, is a world leader in workforce solutions and services -- with a long operating history of more than 70 years.

Empowered by the world-wide reputation and global perspectives of ManpowerGroup Inc., ManpowerGroup Greater China has rooted its operations in local markets across Greater China for over 20 years. In 2015, ManpowerGroup Greater China Limited and CITICPE established a strategic joint venture headquartered in Shanghai, to penetrate and accelerate business in Greater China. Through our service network of over 130 cities, we offer comprehensive and full range workforce solutions to more than 20,000 companies in the Greater China Region.

ManpowerGroup Greater China Limited commits to unleashing the power of the human potential for progress. We are well recognized by clients and associations through our contemporary offerings of flexible staffing, head-hunting, recruitment process outsourcing, talent management and training, and other integrated service solutions. As a testament to our commitment, we have received such honorable recognitions as “Asia-Pacific Human Resources Service Leading Enterprise”.

For more information about ManpowerGroup Greater China, please visit: www.manpowergrc.com

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