Spring Professional, an arm of the Adecco Group in Asia, has recently launched recruitment offices specialising in IT and engineering in Asia to address the shortage of talents in those two industries.
Under the brand names Spring Information Technology and Spring Engineering, the company will exclusively focus on the recruitment of middle to senior level management and specialists in the areas of IT and engineering.
IT boom in Asia
With the rise of emerging IT markets – such as big data, cloud computing, mobile and social media – and given the financial crunch in US and Europe, IT companies are looking to Asia to establish themselves.
This causes a strong demand for IT talents in Asia as companies compete for skilled potentials to outbid each other to build the strongest team.
According to Spring Professional, it is predicted that a quarter of the 4.4 million IT jobs globally in 2015 will be in Asia.
As the industry continues to grow rapidly, Spring Information Technology thus seeks to provide companies with suitable IT talents in Asia.
The changing face of engineering
The evolved engineering demand and needs has resulted in a shortage of available talents.
Commercial, residential and industrial building projects are now giving way to energy, natural resources, transportation, communication and technology, as well as other vital civil and social infrastructure projects.
To cope with this change, different sets of engineers are needed.
For instance, energy specialists are highly sought after in Thailand and Singapore due to the surge of the oil, gas, power and renewable companies there, according to a Spring Professional paper.
Spring Engineering hence helps companies to hire engineers with the right skill and experience to address the changing market needs.
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