Permanent financial services jobs remained flat quarter-on-quarter and increased by 12% year-on-year. Professionals seeking new jobs decreased by 18% quarter-on-quarter and by 13% year-on-year. Contracting jobs decreased by 20% quarter-on-quarter, and increased by 22% year-on-year. Singapore: 20% decrease in jobs and 37% decrease in candidates, quarter-on-quarter. China: 11% growth in jobs and 26% decrease in candidates, quarter-on-quarter. Japan: 17% decrease in jobs and 26% decrease in candidates, quarter-on-quarter.
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APAC Employment Monitor Q2 2016 Highlights: Professionals seeking new jobs decreased by 36% quarter-on-quarter and up 23% year-on-year Permanent financial services jobs declined by 11%, quarter-on-quarter across APAC, but remained steady when comparing year-on-year figures (slight drop of 3%) Professional contracting job vacancies down 30% quarter-on-quarter Singapore: Wealth management and fintech are driving growth in employment in Singapore whilst investment management hiring stalls
APAC Employment Monitor Q1 2016 Highlights: NEW: Morgan McKinley begins reporting employment figures for contract & temporary hiring Professional contracting job vacancies increased by 50% quarter-on-quarter Professionals seeking new jobs up 24% quarter-on-quarter Professional permanent job vacancies increased by 14% quarter-on-quarter Top sectors leading the way in Q1; Fintech, Digital, Cyber Crime - leading to talent shortages
APAC Employment Monitor Q4 2015 Highlights: The number of professionals actively seeking employment was up 42% quarter-on-quarter from 34,843 to 49,701 Available jobs flat with a change of 0.6% to 15,432 Japanese market turns around in Q4 Slowdown in hiring towards end of the quarter For more information, please view the Press Release here.