Companies in India, Australia and Singapore are continuing to hire despite recession fears in the region.
Feon Ang, Asia-Pacific managing director at the professional networking platform, said that companies in the retail and entertainment sectors increased their hiring after the economy came back.
Hotels, motels, casino hotels and bed-and-breakfast inns were some of the industries that saw an increase in job postings on the professional networking site.
According to data collected byLinkedIn, paid job postings for careers in Australia, India and Singapore increased in June compared to a year ago.
This is the first thing. There was an increase in the amount of accommodation. The number of retail jobs is up. Financial services have increased.
This is the first thing. There was an increase in the amount of accommodations, up 65 percent 2. The construction industry is up 40%. Equipment and real estate rental services have increased.
This is the first thing. There was a 15% increase in the amount of accommodation. Transport and Logistics has increased by a third. Businesses that provide entertainment are up 100%.
Health care, education and construction jobs in Singapore were all down by more than 30%.
Measures introduced by the government to cool the private and residential property market are believed to be the reason for the cutback of job postings.
There was less competition for jobs in June compared to a year ago.
In Australia, India and Singapore, there was a significant drop in applications for paid job postings.
Even as job postings rise, workers are being more selective in picking their next role.
Competition for jobs on average is down, even as job postings rise, because workers are choosing their next role more carefully.
She said that it was a good sign that workers were in a position to demand more out of work.
There were less paid job postings that offered remote work options.
There was a fall in paid listings in Australia in June compared to a year ago.
More applications were received for opportunities that offered remote working options.
The number of paid job postings that allowed employees to work from home in Singapore fell in the second quarter.
In Singapore, interest in flexible working arrangements seems to be waning.
The data shows that India's employers felt different.
There wasn't much interest in jobs with remote options in the South Asian country where there were paid job postings.
Compared to their absolute share of all job postings in both quarters, postings with remote options received only 1.1 times more applications.