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2022-07-24
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Kodak expects double-digit revenue growth to complete the transformation from film to printing.

on January 8, the company has the technology to convert cellulose biological resources into highly refined sugar and lignin. In the afternoon, Hays, the world's leading headhunter, released the report of 2014 Asian salary guide. According to the salary report, China will continue to create the strongest salary growth in Asia in 2014 after supporting batch experiments

according to a survey of more than 2600 employers in Asia, 67% of Chinese employers will raise their employees' wages by more than 6%. For the whole Asian region, only 29% of employers said they would give this level of salary increase. Christinewright, President of Hanas Asia operations, told the 21st Century Business Herald that Asia is still the region with the fastest growth in employment and salary in the world. At present, there is still a shortage of human resources, especially the shortage of high-end talents, which continues to plague the recruitment managers. In 2014, China will rank first in salary increase in Asia. Although the growth rate is expected to decline, China's overall recruitment demand will continue to increase

simonlance, director of Hanas China, told the 21st Century Business Herald that with the accelerated pace of Chinese enterprises' going global, especially the increasingly prominent demand for overseas M & A and overseas listing, Chinese enterprises' demand for overseas talents and talents with overseas background by preparing bionic fake coatings on graphene templates has increased significantly. Lanximeng said that the growth in recruitment demand was mainly reflected in the financial and it industries

the demand for overseas talents in the financial industry is mainly for senior management talents, and the fields are mainly focused on risk control, cost control and compliance. Lanximeng told the 21st Century Business Herald

lanximeng pointed out that China's salary growth in 2014 is expected to be 6%, and the growth of more than 10% will occur in individual fields and individual cases with outstanding ability

among them, China's accounting and financial job market is undergoing a readjustment. Although the growth rate of China's economy is still considerable in terms of international standards, its mode has gradually changed from manufacturing oriented to service-oriented. Beijing, Shanghai and other first tier cities are trying to attract more service companies, financial institutions and banks to settle in. This has created a large number of opportunities for experienced job seekers with extensive experience in financial planning and analysis, business analysis, control, audit and compliance. The salary of commercial banks showed an upward trend, and job seekers received an additional salary increase of 10-15%

last year, China's IT market continued to grow and still needs junior, intermediate and senior professionals. In the field of construction and engineering, construction and project managers with traditional project experience are expected to receive a salary increase of 15-20%

in the manufacturing field, the R & D investment in FMCG, automobile, medical devices and materials science increased last year. Some employers have moved their global R & D functions or centers to China to achieve long-term strategic development and cost control. Therefore, the market demand for job seekers with excellent R & D background, overseas experience and bilingual ability continues to rise. The right job seeker will be paid handsomely

according to the data of 2013, according to the national statistics, China's performance is still very outstanding. 54% of employers have a 6-10% salary increase, and 12% of employers have offered a higher salary increase. Malaysia also saw some relatively high increases, with 10% of employers receiving more than 10% salary increases and 25% of employers receiving 6-10% salary increases. In Hong Kong, the majority of employers (54 per cent) offered salary increases of 3 to 6 per cent. The situation is similar to that in Singapore, where 53% of employers offer the same salary increase. In Japan, 64 per cent of employers offered less than 3 per cent of salary increases, while 16 per cent did not offer any at all

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