The gap between job postings and job seekers in Singapore declined from 44% in Jan 2015 to 36% in May 2019, consistent with information from indeed.com.
Indeed’s information found that talent shortages in Singapore still exist, significantly for technology roles like software engineers, software designers, full-stack developers, and data scientists. These roles are seeing a rise in job ads from firms.
The role with the most talent shortage was software engineer, according to Indeed.
Mismatch in Singapore has step by step declined over the past four years,” Callam Pickering, a social scientist at Singapore, said. “Today around three hundred and 36% of job seekers would wish totally different job titles on their resumes so as to own identical distribution as job postings. That’s down from around 44% of jobseekers four years past. so information reveals a dynamic job market in Singapore. The island nation is positioning itself as a technology hub, that is quickly evident in our information.
Pickering told school Wire Asia that the decreasing match indicates that the work market in Singapore has adjusted to the wants of companies and a lot of talent is out there with the proper skills.
Singapore’s labour market is growing consistent with the most recent report revealed earlier this month from the Ministry of Labour.