The Talent and Intelligence Exchange of the 19th China Hi-Tech Fair opened at the Shenzhen Talent Zone on Thursday, attracting hundreds of enterprises offering nearly 1,000 posts with annual salaries of up to 500,000 yuan (US$75,450).
The enterprises, including BYD, Foxconn, Shenzhen Energy Group and Han’s Laser, cover the industries of science information, new energy, new materials, biomedical and finance, 70 percent of which are high-tech enterprises accredited by the Central Government.
Some of the posts for executives and engineers offer yearly salaries that could reach more than 1 million to 1.5 million yuan.
At the booth of Coolpad, a well-known phone maker in Shenzhen, the company is seeking qualified candidates for its research team.
“We are planning to set up a research team for intelligent hardware and will offer high salaries including stock ownership,” said Liu Mingzhuo, vice president of Coolpad, during an interview.
It is the first time the company has offered stock ownership to fresh graduates. After the fair opened Thursday morning, many graduates from Tsinghua University, Harbin Institute of Technology and some returned students from Silicon Valley came to the booth to seek opportunities.
Besides the job fair, the organizer, the Shenzhen Municipal Human Resources and Social Security Bureau, also invited more than 40 well-known human resources agencies to introduce new ideas, services and products for the global human resources industry.
Shenzhen Qianlima International Talent Hunting Co., which was established a month ago, is seeking candidates for the president post for one of its clients, which offers an annual salary of 5 million yuan.
“We have interviewed several applicants, some coming from Beijing and Shanghai. We hope we can find qualified talents through the job fair,” said Xu Wen, vice manager of the company.
Zeng Ye, a section chief of the human resources and social security bureau, hopes the city will improve its competitiveness by attracting talents.
The Human Resources Service Industrial Park, inside the Shenzhen Talent Zone in Zhuzilin, Futian District, was inaugurated Thursday. The industrial park, with a floor space of 45,000 square meters, is the largest human resources service platform in China.
At the forum marking the inauguration of the industrial park, Li Qingquan, president of Shenzhen University, gave a keynote speech to 500 representatives from research institutes, universities, enterprises and human resources agencies on Focusing on Innovation-development and Improving Supply Quality.