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Net outflow of talents low in SZ
    2018-07-31  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

THE average monthly salary of white-collar workers in Shenzhen was 9,406 yuan (US$1381.26) in the second quarter of this year, ranking third in the country below Beijing and Shanghai, according to a report released by recruitment platform zhipin.com, the Southern Metropolis Daily reported recently.

The report also showed that Shenzhen’s net outflow of talents was 0.04 percent, which was the lowest among first-tier cities. Beijing had the highest net outflow rate at 0.32 percent.

Also of note, Wuhan received the largest number of talents from Shenzhen in the second quarter, accounting for 18.23 percent. Chengdu, Xi’an, Hangzhou and Nanjing were also much favored by Shenzhen talents and receive 6.92 percent, 6.3 percent, 5.61 percent and 1.95 percent, respectively.

The talents that Shenzhen received in the last quarter were mainly from Dongguan, Changsha, Wuhan, Hangzhou, Huizhou, Chengdu, Xi’an, Foshan, Zhuhai and Nanchang.

In the second quarter, first-tier cities continued to witness talent outflows, with a net outflow rate of 0.23 percent and a drop of 0.05 percentage points compared with the first quarter. The cities that were favored by talents included Chengdu, Xi’an, Tianjin, Wuhan, Hangzhou and Nanjing.

Job offers that are closely related to artificial intelligence are still the most sought-after, according to the report.

(Zhang Yu)

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