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Robert Walters Asia Job Index Q2 2011

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2011-08-29 12:00 

SINGAPORE, Aug. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — Robert Walters, the international recruitment consultancy, publishes its Asia Job Index for the second quarter of 2011 today. The Robert Walters Asia Job Index tracks advertisement volumes for professional positions across the leading job boards and national newspapers in mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Malaysia and Singapore.

KEY FINDINGS:

  • Levels of job advertisements have increased across the region by 20.6% from Q1 to Q2
  • Significant year-on-year growth of 48% in job advertisements volumes across the region
  • Following a particularly strong first quarter, recruitment activities began to flatten towards the end of the quarter in some regions such as Hong Kong and Korea
  • In Malaysia, job advertisements rose 27.3% during the quarter as international companies set up operations in order to take advantage of the country’s growth potential
  • Rising consumer confidence in Singapore resulted in an increased demand for retail, merchandising and design professionals
  • Demand for roles within property management rose across all regions, particularly in mainland China where job advertisements increased by 46% despite government action to curb property inflation
  • The earthquake and tsunami in Japan has unsurprisingly affected recruitment advertising levels, with job advertisements declining by 7.3% from Q1 to Q2. However, IT and construction services recruitment have seen positive trends

THE ROBERT WALTERS ASIA JOB INDEX

The Robert Walters Asia Job Index indicates that the total number of advertisements for professional positions in Q2 2011 rose by 20.6% from Q1 to Q2. Year-on-year growth continued to be strong, most notably in mainland China and Singapore, where candidate and employer confidence remained relatively strong.

Month by month analysis of job advertisements for professional positions placed in Q1 2011 / Q2 2011:

Hong Kong * Singapore Japan Mainland
China
Malaysia Korea TOTAL
Jan-11 107,560 90,243 181,644 3,868,716 17,632 135,313 4,401,108
Feb-11 122,579 83,372 155,624 3,560,721 17,325 117,929 4,057,550
Mar-11 159,809 115,182 182,047 4,945,187 23,210 230,613 5,656,048
Total in Q1 2011 389,948 288,797 519,315 12,374,624 58,167 483,855 14,114,706
Apr-11 135,909 116,557 182,410 4,943,604 23,707 214,303 5,616,490
May-11 146,844 117,570 132,193 5,073,168 24,619 211,427 5,705,821
Jun-11 151,532 124,370 166,985 5,080,327 25,738 145,242 5,694,194
Total in Q2 2011 434,285 358,497 481,588 15,097,099 74,064 570,972 17,016,505
% change
Q1 2011 – Q2 2011
11.4% 24.1% -7.3% 22.0% 27.3% 18.0% 20.6%
% change
Apr 2011 – Jun 2011
11.5% 6.7% -8.46% 2.8% 8.6% -32.2% 1.4%

Quarter on Quarter analysis of job advertisements for professional positions placed in Q2 2011 / Q2 2010:

2010 2011 % change
Hong Kong *
April 124,927 135,909 9%
May 129,633 146,844 13%
June 134,979 151,532 12%
HONG KONG TOTAL Q2 389,539 434,285 11%
Singapore
April 83,350 116,557 40%
May 80,373 117,570 46%
June 83,090 124,370 50%
SINGAPORE TOTAL Q2 246,813 358,497 45%
Japan
April 122,670 182,410 49%
May 142,415 132,193 -7%
June 173,295 166,985 -4%
JAPAN TOTAL Q2 438,380 481,588 10%
Mainland China
April 3,379,975 4,943,604 46%
May 3,473,473 5,073,168 46%
June 3,536,522 5,080,327 44%
MAINLAND CHINA TOTAL Q2 10,389,970 15,097,099 45%
Malaysia
April N/A 23,707 N/A
May N/A 24,619 N/A
June N/A 25,738 N/A
MALAYSIA TOTAL Q2 N/A 74,064 N/A
Korea
April N/A 214,303 N/A
May N/A 211,427 N/A
June N/A 145,242 N/A
KOREA TOTAL Q2 N/A 570,972 N/A
TOTAL ASIA **
April 3,710,922 5,616,490 51%
May 3,825,894 5,705,821 49%
June 3,927,886 5,694,194 45%
TOTAL Q2 11,464,702 17,016,505 48%

*Hong Kong figures have been adjusted to reflect the inclusion of Career Times advertisements.
**Total excludes Malaysia and Korea, which were added to the Asia Job Index in January 2011.

Sector Analysis – number of jobs advertised for professional roles in Q1 2011 compared to Q2 2011:

HONG KONG

Hong Kong Q1 2011 Hong Kong Q2 2011 %
change
Jan Feb Mar Q1
Total
April May June Q2
Total
Q1/Q2
Retail Servicing / Sales / Business Development 16,139 23,720 30,124 69,983 24,321 26,374 27,769 78,464 12%
Property Management 1,850 3,095 4,019 8,964 3,230 3,311 3,766 10,307 15%
Operations (Product, Logistics) 6,983 9,504 12,380 28,867 10,648 12,028 12,293 34,969 21%
Merchandising / Purchasing 5,172 5,930 7,953 19,055 6,985 7,474 7,039 21,498 13%
Medical Service 1,133 1,261 1,768 4,162 1,469 1,544 1,612 4,625 11%
Lawyer / Solicitor / Barrister / Compliance Officer 1,394 1,408 1,792 4,594 1,490 1,734 1,639 4,863 6%
IT Supervisor / Manager / Programmer / Database Administrator 9,111 8,751 11,126 28,988 10,321 10,922 11,109 32,352 12%
Human Resources / Training 564 588 643 1,795 659 773 746 2,178 21%
Engineer / Surveyor / Architect / Technician 12,875 13,346 17,050 43,271 14,776 15,748 16,226 46,750 8%
Editor / Reporter 133 120 184 437 162 156 178 496 14%
Customer Service / Account Servicing 984 1,614 2,153 4,751 1,797 1,865 1,826 5,488 16%
Consultant / Analyst 554 768 881 2,203 809 865 886 2,560 16%
Art / Design / Creative 3,156 3,786 4,948 11,890 4,338 4,715 4,436 13,489 13%
Advertising / Marketing 6,703 8,579 10,823 26,105 9,724 10,147 10,506 30,377 16%
Administration / Clerical / Secretarial 12,284 14,061 19,555 45,900 15,983 17,212 18,070 51,265 12%
Accounting / Finance 14,762 15,997 19,964 50,723 17,629 19,296 19,126 56,051 11%
Others 18,113 14,477 18,983 51,573 15,510 16,257 17,779 49,546 -4%
Average 12%

SINGAPORE

Singapore Q1 2011 Singapore Q2 2011
change
Jan Feb Mar Q1 
Total
April May June Q2
Total
Q1/Q2
Retail Servicing / Sales / Business Development 17,705 16,787 23,395 57,887 23,645 24,890 26,633 75,168 30%
Property Management 506 457 741 1,704 695 614 644 1,953 15%
Operations (Product, Logistics) 7,057 6,585 8,887 22,529 9,034 9,102 9,819 27,955 24%
Merchandising / Purchasing 865 762 1,135 2,762 1,219 1,099 1,201 3,519 27%
Medical Service 1,864 1,681 2,245 5,790 2,416 2,228 2,358 7,002 21%
Lawyer / Solicitor / Barrister / Compliance Officer 865 839 1,056 2,760 1,039 1,132 1,254 3,425 24%
IT Supervisor / Manager / Programmer / Database Administrator 8,081 6,768 8,902 23,751 8,758 8,756 8,972 26,486 12%
Human Resources / Training 4,836 4,495 6,018 15,349 5,990 6,583 7,011 19,584 28%
Engineer / Surveyor / Architect / Technician 14,361 12,861 17,324 44,546 17,734 18,577 18,719 55,030 24%
Editor / Reporter 59 50 44 153 32 40 39 111 -27%
Customer Service / Account Servicing 2,195 1,391 2,008 5,594 1,869 2,125 2,172 6,166 10%
Consultant / Analyst 332 225 225 782 309 304 308 921 18%
Art / Design / Creative 2,069 2,178 3,263 7,510 3,273 2,999 3,355 9,627 28%
Advertising / Marketing 4,064 3,979 5,357 13,400 5,528 5,169 5,702 16,399 22%
Administration / Clerical / Secretarial 8,980 8,271 11,291 28,542 11,137 10,713 11,866 33,716 18%
Accounting / Finance 12,383 10,979 15,263 38,625 15,495 15,347 15,744 46,586 21%
Others 7,309 7,253 10,235 24,797 10,771 10,219 10,669 31,659 28%
Average 19%

JAPAN

Japan Q1 2011 Japan Q2 2011
change
Jan Feb Mar Q1 
Total
April May June Q2 
Total
Q1/Q2
Retail Servicing / Sales / Business Development 57,234 47,785 59,410 164,429 55,086 39,783 49,025 143,894 -12%
Property Management 52 65 51 168 55 66 110 231 37%
Operations (Product, Logistics) 198 193 159 550 204 201 494 899 63%
Merchandising / Purchasing 2 2 2 6 3 4 89 96 1492%
Medical Service 66,199 56,433 60,210 182,842 47,479 45,960 47,246 140,685 -23%
Lawyer / Solicitor / Barrister / Compliance Officer 612 609 618 1,839 588 519 684 1,791 -3%
IT Supervisor / Manager / Programmer / Database Administrator 8,177 7,427 9,560 25,164 14,292 6,877 11,660 32,829 30%
Human Resources / Training 202 345 206 753 216 226 348 790 5%
Engineer / Surveyor / Architect / Technician 27,621 23,357 29,938 80,916 29,481 21,852 26,479 77,812 -4%
Editor / Reporter 96 79 56 231 67 78 194 339 47%
Customer Service / Account Servicing 81 64 76 221 83 81 188 352 59%
Consultant / Analyst 1,706 1,682 1,917 5,305 3,854 1,618 2,826 8,298 56%
Art / Design / Creative 2,546 2,310 2,634 7,490 6,303 1,843 4,319 12,465 66%
Advertising / Marketing 1,407 1,396 1,361 4,164 1,269 1,169 1,539 3,977 -4%
Administration / Clerical / Secretarial 9,025 8,089 9,301 26,415 13,917 6,490 10,536 30,943 17%
Accounting / Finance 4,602 3,968 4,306 12,876 5,193 3,733 4,725 13,651 6%
Others 2,201 2,066 2,447 6,714 4,524 2,006 6,528 13,058 94%
Average (excluding Merchandising / Purchasing) 27%

MAINLAND CHINA

Mainland China Q1 2011 Mainland China Q2 2011
change
Jan Feb Mar Q1 
Total
April May June Q2 
Total
Q1/Q2
Retail Servicing / Sales / Business Development 1,030,765 967,243 1,299,415 3,297,423 1,301,129 1,318,218 1,317,618 3,936,965 19%
Property Management 40,708 32,575 59,923 133,206 61,555 66,342 66,116 194,013 46%
Operations (Product, Logistics) 446,664 447,546 564,850 1,459,060 560,074 574,584 574,455 1,709,113 17%
Merchandising / Purchasing 25,708 17,311 31,018 74,037 31,428 32,142 31,727 95,297 29%
Medical Service 26,214 16,314 29,509 72,037 29,536 29,835 29,639 89,010 24%
Lawyer / Solicitor / Barrister / Compliance Officer 9,323 5,247 10,624 25,194 10,758 11,140 11,299 33,197 32%
IT Supervisor / Manager / Programmer / Database Administrator 477,122 453,784 625,232 1,556,138 638,509 665,757 680,209 1,984,475 28%
Human Resources / Training 217,815 246,279 300,764 764,858 287,730 295,944 298,398 882,072 15%
Engineer / Surveyor / Architect / Technician 477,237 407,246 585,152 1,469,635 578,101 590,827 582,943 1,751,871 19%
Editor / Reporter 60,680 64,479 77,562 202,721 78,452 78,570 79,570 236,592 17%
Customer Service / Account Servicing 60,060 39,652 74,684 174,396 77,613 83,293 82,346 243,252 39%
Consultant / Analyst 89,693 94,709 118,728 303,130 118,636 122,625 124,220 365,481 21%
Art / Design / Creative 57,745 35,722 72,234 165,701 74,070 75,644 74,156 223,870 35%
Advertising / Marketing 386,959 379,945 524,642 1,291,546 520,571 530,960 528,135 1,579,666 22%
Administration / Clerical / Secretarial 94,681 55,910 110,963 261,554 112,591 116,594 115,191 344,376 32%
Accounting / Finance 246,123 218,714 314,923 779,760 314,846 323,727 320,947 959,520 23%
Others 121,219 78,045 144,964 344,228 148,005 156,966 163,358 468,329 36%
Average 27%

MALAYSIA

Malaysia Q1 2011 Malaysia Q2 2011 %
change
Jan Feb Mar Q1
Total
April May June Q2
Total
Q1/Q2
Retail Servicing / Sales / Business Development 3,797 3,196 4,688 11,681 4,815 4,967 5,573 15,355 31%
Property Management 230 208 269 707 312 295 319 926 31%
Operations (Product, Logistics) 2,272 2,138 2,833 7,243 2,830 2,972 3,186 8,988 24%
Merchandising / Purchasing 48 50 40 138 39 30 39 108 -22%
Medical Service 182 145 245 572 240 280 307 827 45%
Lawyer / Solicitor / Barrister / Compliance Officer 191 160 258 609 235 260 252 747 23%
IT Supervisor / Manager / Programmer / Database Administrator 2,155 1,944 2,432 6,531 2,557 2,684 2,580 7,821 20%
Human Resources / Training 78 46 37 161 63 43 55 161 0%
Engineer / Surveyor / Architect / Technician 3,595 3,740 4,373 11,708 4,440 4,572 4,603 13,615 16%
Editor / Reporter 81 70 100 251 99 95 102 296 18%
Customer Service / Account Servicing 645 559 794 1,998 741 804 799 2,344 17%
Consultant / Analyst 65 12 41 118 30 34 28 92 -22%
Art / Design / Creative 59 30 19 108 30 11 14 55 -49%
Advertising / Marketing 607 620 821 2,048 862 920 936 2,718 33%
Administration / Clerical / Secretarial 2,568 2,578 3,301 8,447 3,305 3,669 3,677 10,651 26%
Accounting / Finance 2,884 2,714 3,888 9,486 3,842 3,661 3,773 11,276 19%
Others 1,487 1,040 1,314 3,841 1,297 1,326 1,145 3,768 -2%
Average 12%

KOREA

Korea Q1 2011 Korea Q2 2012 %
change
Jan Feb Mar Q1
Total
April May June Q2
Total
Q1/Q2
Retail Servicing / Sales / Business Development 26,899 22,638 44,934 94,471 41,842 42,125 28,302 112,269 19%
Property Management 1,883 1,291 2,797 5,971 2,637 2,934 3,052 8,623 44%
Operations (Product, Logistics) 20,187 17,232 33,573 70,992 27,427 27,136 17,518 72,081 2%
Merchandising / Purchasing 2,760 2,881 5,455 11,096 4,650 4,548 2,990 12,188 10%
Medical Service 1,841 822 3,311 5,974 2,793 2,774 2,232 7,799 31%
Lawyer / Solicitor / Barrister / Compliance Officer 2,829 2,992 5,800 11,621 6,237 5,961 3,534 15,732 35%
IT Supervisor / Manager / Programmer / Database Administrator 16,960 13,917 25,832 56,709 26,138 26,388 16,717 69,243 22%
Human Resources / Training 1,508 1,387 2,998 5,893 2,897 2,672 1,694 7,263 23%
Engineer / Surveyor / Architect / Technician 9,733 8,990 18,351 37,074 17,983 17,369 12,905 48,257 30%
Editor / Reporter 902 783 1,575 3,260 1,586 1,794 1,393 4,773 46%
Customer Service / Account Servicing 4,718 3,991 7,968 16,677 6,570 6,387 4,428 17,385 4%
Consultant / Analyst 853 887 1,825 3,565 1,860 1,543 1,379 4,782 34%
Art / Design / Creative 8,648 7,144 14,098 29,890 13,732 13,809 8,906 36,447 22%
Advertising / Marketing 5,365 4,888 9,446 19,699 9,633 9,173 6,436 25,242 28%
Administration / Clerical / Secretarial 6,777 7,121 14,458 28,356 13,356 13,245 8,643 35,244 24%
Accounting / Finance 8,094 8,083 16,040 32,217 16,086 14,920 10,862 41,868 30%
Others 15,356 12,882 22,152 50,390 18,876 18,649 14,251 51,776 3%
Average 24%

MARKET COMMENTARY

REGIONAL OVERVIEW: Increased Recruitment Activity Seen in Retail Services and Property Management

The Robert Walters Asia Job Index for Q2 2011 indicates that the increased level of job advertisements witnessed at the end of Q1 continued into the second quarter, as the recruitment activities across the region remained positive. Increased recruitment advertising activities were seen across all sectors particularly within industries such as retail services and property management which directly benefit from rising consumer confidence and spending.

The effects of the Japanese earthquake coupled with the weaker than expected economic figures from the US and Europe may have a negative impact on advertising activity levels in the later part of the year, as companies assess the effects of wage inflation and productivity of existing staff. Job churn is likely to continue however as candidates feel more positive about moving roles, incentivised by attractive financial packages.

“Q2 is a historically strong quarter in terms of job advertisements and this year in particular saw the region benefiting from the positive client and candidate sentiment that we saw at the end of Q1,” said Mark Ellwood,Managing Director, Robert Walters Asia (ex. Japan & Korea).

HONG KONG: Recruitment Momentum Continued Throughout Q2

Recruitment momentum continued throughout Q2 in Hong Kong following particularly high volumes of job advertisements at the end of Q1. The slight slow down experienced at the beginning of April coincided with the effects of the Japanese earthquake, negative US economic data and the implementation of monetary tightening policies in mainland China, following which levels began to increase in May and June. The region continued to see year-on-year growth in job advertisements with sectors such as retail services benefiting from an influx of tourists from mainland China. In May alone, retail sales grew by 27% year-on-year. Demand for logistics and operational roles also increased during the quarter by 21% as export levels remained high. Similarly, growing property prices which are currently 5% above their 1997 peak have resulted in an increased demand for associated roles.

“Recruitment activities in Hong Kong got off to a slow start at the beginning of April following weak US and European economic data. Despite this, growth over the course of the latter quarter indicates that confidence is high, both at a company and consumer level,” commented Matthew Bennett, Managing Director, Robert Walters Hong Kong.

SINGAPORE: Recruitment Level in Financial Services Increased Significantly

In Singapore, the number of job advertisements grew by 24% quarter-on-quarter as companies in both commerce and financial services enjoyed a healthier quarter following the more cautious outlook throughout Q1. This is further reflected in the significant 45% year-on-year growth experienced across the region. Recruitment levels in financial services in particular increased significantly by 21% on the back of positive banking results and increased market activity. Demand for luxury brands and consumer items remained high as indicated by the number of shopping centres under construction in the region, increasing job advertisements by 21% in the retail sector. This in turn had a knock on effect within the buoyant engineering and construction market, which saw a 24% rise in job advertisements as infrastructure projects fuel demand for facilities and construction managers.

“Recruitment activities within Q2 benefited from a renewed level of confidence as companies released better than expected results and the market experienced more activity. The outlook for upcoming months is broadly positive, particularly within those sectors that are directly fueled by increased consumer spending, such as property management and retail services,” said Andrea Ross, Managing Director, Robert Walters Singapore and Malaysia.

MALAYSIA: Increased Demand for Senior Roles within Financial Services

Job advertisements in Malaysia grew steadily during Q2, as the region started to show signs of growth. Finance and IT services in particular saw increased demand as growing numbers of overseas companies look to move into Malaysia for shared services. This resulted in an increase of 19% and 20% in finance and IT services job advertisements respectively. Renewed market confidence resulted in the market has resulted in an increase in demand for senior roles, particularly within financial services, where local banks invested in governance departments such as compliance and internal audit in order to mirror more mature market players. This in turn increased demand within HR services, as companies look to develop talent and retain valued employees.

“During Q2, levels of job advertisements increased substantially continuing with the positive outlook experienced at the start of the year. Companies are now beginning to move from being purely operational to being more strategically focused. This in turn requires finding more senior talents through job advertisements who can support this transition,” said Sally Raj, Country Manager, Robert Walters Malaysia.

MAINLAND CHINA: Strong Recruitment Demand from Chinese Domestic Companies and Ventures

Hiring levels across mainland China grew significantly during Q2 in what is a traditionally strong quarter across the country. With auditing complete and New Year celebrations over, recruitment activity levels were high. Property management in particular, saw significant hiring activities over the past quarter, with job advertisements rising 46% from Q1 to Q2 as the sector continues to boom. The economy remained healthy and whilst hiring predominantly came from multinational organisations, approximately 40% of recruitment demand is now coming from Chinese domestic companies and ventures. Candidate confidence has risen in conjunction with salary expectations. Candidates can now expect wage increases of between 20% and 30% when moving jobs or increases of between 10% and 15% within current employment. This is particularly evident within the financial services and IT sectors whereby companies are increasing wages in order to attract and retain the right employees.

Carter Yang, Managing Director, Robert Walters China commented: “Recruitment activity levels continued to rise during Q2 in mainland China, with strong growth seen across all sectors. Wage inflation has increased in parallel with living costs and the booming property market. This in turn drove demand for account servicing and business development roles within organisations looking to increase market share.”

JAPAN: Market Sentiment within Japan Remains Positive

Market sentiment in Japan during Q2 has remained optimistic, despite the impact of the March earthquake and tsunami which inevitably affected recruitment advertising activities during May and the beginning of June. The fall in job advertisements of 7.3% from Q1 to Q2 reflected the uncertainty following particularly strong levels of hiring in March. Whilst the outlook from many international head offices is that of caution, the sentiment within Japan remains positive and much of the caution has abated as indicated by the upturn in advertising levels in June. One sector that still suffers from a degree of conservatism is the medical industry. Recruitment activities fell by 23% over the quarter as many biotech companies reassessed their Japanese operations and considered opportunities for relocation. The country is also witnessing a “Patent Cliff” as large international drug companies put hiring on hold whilst awaiting the outcome of major drug patent expirations. In contrast, job advertisements in operations and logistics in particular increased by a significant 63% due to continuing reconstruction efforts and the rebuilding of supply chains. The increased focus on business continuity planning has also led to an increased demand for IT professionals to support and provide data centres and cloud computing services, leading to an increase of 30% in job advertisements.

David Swan, Managing Director, Robert Walters Japan & Korea said, “The March earthquake clearly had an impact on recruitment in the region, not only in terms of the umber of job advertisements, but also the relevance of certain sectors, as demonstrated by the demand for construction and IT professionals. The upswing in June suggests a positive outlook going forward, as companies begin to replace those roles within administration and account servicing that were cut back during the downturn. The rise in job advertisements within creative industries such as art and design is further evidence of the renewed consumer spending which companies are keen to take a share of.”

KOREA: Increase in Job Advertisements in Legal and IT Services

Comparable data for Korea remains limited but it is clear that job advertisements within Q2 increased significantly from Q1 across most industries as Korea continued to attract interest from multinational companies looking to take advantage of the growth potential within the area. As a result, job advertisements in legal services and IT services have risen by 35% and 22% to meet these outsourcing demands. Similarly, Korean companies buoyed by improving market sentiment are increasingly looking to expand internationally, increasing recruitment activity across a range of sectors. Financial services in particular has benefited from increased company and candidate confidence, fuelling an increase of 30% in job advertisements on account of higher levels of attrition and job churn.

“Job activities within Korea continued to benefit from Korea’s positioning as a growth market and the recent signing of a Free Trade Agreement between the EU and Korea is indicative of this. The region holds attractive opportunities for international companies and Koreans working abroad are increasingly looking to return home to take advantage of new roles,” Anthony Modrich, Country Manager, Robert Walters Koreacommented.

METHODOLOGY

Robert Walters specialises in recruitment at a mid-senior executive level and is able to provide commentary on key trends across this segment of the market. The Robert Walters Asia Jobs Index tracks advertisements by number in the executive appointments sections of the following:

Hong Kong Singapore
Classified Post Straits Times (Daily)
Career Times (Friday Edition) www.jobstreet.com.sg
Fuel Magazine www.monster.com.sg
www.careertimes.com.hk www.jobscentral.com.sg
www.monster.com.hk www.jobsDB.com.sg
www.jobmarket.com.hk www.ST701.com.sg
www.jobsdb.com.hk
www.classfiedpost.com
www.jobs.gov.hk/eng
Mainland China Japan
www.51job.com Asahi Shinbun
www.chinaHR.com (Sunday & Monday morning edition)
www.zhaopin.com Nihon Keizai Shinbun (Sunday morning edition)
career.ceconline.com rikunabi-next.yahoo.co.jp
www.jobchina.net doda.jp
www.daijob.com
www.indivision.jp
www.careercross.com/en
Malaysia Korea
The Star http://www.myjobs.kr/en/ui/landingpage.aspx
www.monster.com.my http://www.peoplenjob.com/home
www.jobstreet.com.my http://www.scout.co.kr/
http://www.incruit.com/
http://www.jobkorea.co.kr

For further information on the Asia Job Index or to subscribe to future releases, please visit Robert Walters’ dedicated micro-site at www.asiajobindex.com

For more information, please contact:

Robert Walters
Richard Parnell Andrea Ross
CEO Asia Pacific Managing Director
(ex. Japan & Korea) Singapore & Malaysia
Tel: +852-2103-5362 Tel: +65-6228-0200
Mark Ellwood Carter Yang
Managing Director Managing Director
Asia (ex. Japan & Korea) China
Tel: +65-6228-0200 Tel: +86-21-5153-5858
David Swan Sally Raj
Managing Director Country Manager
Japan & Korea Malaysia
Tel: +81-3-4570-1500 Tel: +60-3-2380-8705
Matthew Bennett Anthony Modrich
Managing Director Country Manager
Hong Kong Korea
Tel: +852-2103-5300 Tel: +82-2-6030-8811

 

SOURCE Robert Walters

Written by asiafreshnews

August 31, 2011 at 4:54 pm

Posted in Business & Finance

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