China News Service, January 26. According to the website of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, in the fourth quarter of 2020, the rankings of the 100 "most job shortage" jobs nationwide were released, including marketers, cleaners, security guards, and merchandise salespersons.
It is worth noting that the ranking of the “top ten” occupations remained basically stable, with “welders” entering the top ten, and “couriers” exiting the “top ten”.
According to the news, in the “ranking of 100 occupations whose recruitment is greater than job hunting in the fourth quarter of 2020, which is the'most lack of jobs'”, salespersons, cleaners, security guards, merchandise salespersons, restaurant waiters, housekeeping waiters, customer service managers, and car workers , Real estate agents and welders are among the top ten.
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Compared with the third quarter, the current "ranking" has the following characteristics: First, the number of recruitment needs has increased significantly from the previous month, and the supply-demand relationship of the 100 "most lacking jobs" has generally tightened.
From the perspective of the 100 occupations with the "most lack of jobs", the number of recruitment needs increased from 1.316 million in the third quarter to 1.418 million (an increase of 7.75%); the number of job seekers was basically the same as in the third quarter and slightly decreased (down 0.61%); the number of gaps From 824,000 people in the third quarter to 929,000 people (up 12.74%); the overall job-seeking ratio (the ratio of the number of recruits to the number of job applicants) rose from 2.67 in the third quarter to 2.90 (up 8.61%).
Both the number of gaps and the overall job opening ratio are the highest in history since the ranking was first released in the third quarter of 2019.
Second, the demand for manufacturing talents continues to maintain a strong momentum.
Among the 25 new occupations in the ranking, 15 are directly related to manufacturing, accounting for 60%, such as "smelting engineering and technical personnel", "casting workers", "automotive engineering technicians" and "metal heat treatment workers".
Among the 34 occupations with increasing shortages, 16 occupations are directly related to the manufacturing industry, accounting for 47.1%, such as "rebar workers", "mechanical fitters" and "textile dyers".
Third, under the conditions of normalization of epidemic prevention and control, the demand for social management and social service personnel has increased.
The ranks of occupations such as "security manager", "security guard", and "community worker" rose.
"Housekeeping attendants" ranked in the top ten, "childcare workers" and "elderly care workers" ranked up, "infant and toddler development guides" and "orphans and disabled children care workers" entered the ranking for the first time, and "preschool education teachers" entered the ranking again. The ranks of middle school teachers have risen.
The news pointed out that the ranking of the “top ten” occupations remained basically stable. In this issue, “welders” entered the top ten, and “couriers” dropped out of the “top ten”.