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PMET digital job openings nearly double in 2018 as financials intensify tech hiring
There are 6,700 available positions in 2018 compared to 4,520 in 2017. The number of PMET jobs for software, web and media developer positions nearly doubled to 6,700 in 2018 from 4,520 in the previous year although data suggests that jobs are getting increasingly harder to fill as demand for digital talent spreads beyond the IT sector, according to a report from HRtech startup JobTech.
Singapore banks amp up technical hiring to plug digital vacancies
Banks are focusing their digitalisation efforts in the Lion City. Banks in Singapore are seeking out more technology professionals as it faces off against Hong Kong to be Asia's most important financial hub, with 20% of job postings calling for digitally-driven employees, according to JobTech Online's Jobs Census.
Singapore lenders beat Hong Kong peers with higher proportion of tech job postings: poll
SINGAPORE banks are hiring a larger proportion of technology specialists than their Hong Kong counterparts in 2018. Some 20 per cent of Singapore bank job postings are technology-related, compared to 5 per cent for Hong Kong lenders, according to a census by labour market intelligence startup JobTech.
JobTech online jobs scan examines the skills required by the hottest roles in each sector
The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has identified the jobs most demanded by companies in 11 major industries. To provide a glimpse into the specific requirements of these roles, JobTech has extracted the most common skills among these roles from actual job posts in these sectors as well as the number of relevant courses.
MyCareersFuture collaborates with JobTech for advanced AI technologies
MyCareersFuture has also collaborated with local tech start-ups like JobTech to identify more advanced skills-matching technology for individuals. The collaboration has also allowed the analysis of job mismatches and missed matches in key growth sectors such as banking and finance, and infocommunications and technology, said WSG.
App to help NUS students work towards dream jobs
Jointly developed by the NUS Department of Computer Science and JobTech, a local start-up that provides job matching services using artificial intelligence, the app informs students about possible jobs for the degrees they are pursuing.
After a student has indicated his preferred career domain, the app extracts and analyses the student's academic record, before generating a personalised skills profile.
Riding the smart nation wave
JobTech platform uses AI to build a "dynamic skills map" from more than 150 million online job listings, that automatically clusters skills to show where and how well they connect, and the combination of skills necessary for a job.
JobTech launches Asia’s first AI recruitment engine to revolutionise talent acquisition
JobTech Pte Ltd (JobTech), Asia’s leading Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data Analytics Company, today announced the launch of its JobTech Employer platform, at a joint event with AI Singapore, held at the National University of Singapore. AI Singapore is a national program, set up to enhance Singapore’s AI capabilities to power Singapore’s future digital economy.
JobTech throws down challenge to Google for Jobs
Asia's leading Artificial Intelligence and big data start-up JobTech challenges Google to a head-to-head race to see who can match job seekers with their dream jobs more accurately -- and Google VP Vint Cerf has responded they will consider the challenge.
Leading artificial intelligence and big data analytics experts Dewey Houck and Michael Recce join JobTech's Global Advisory Board
Singapore's leading Artificial Intelligence (AI) company, is pleased to announce the addition of Dewey Houck and Michael Recce to the company's global advisory board. Houck and Recce bring years of global leadership in the fields of AI and Big Data to JobTech's intelligent job search and skills platform.
Local start-up offers help to Facebook
A local start-up has made an open offer to Facebook to help sift and label fake news on the social network.
The two-month-old start-up JobTech - which provides an artificial intelligence (AI)-based job search service - posted the open letter to Facebook on Monday.
The start-up is offering to "jointly counteract misinformation", noting that its technology is able to sift out fakes. It has already successfully applied its technology to help job seekers filter out duplicate and bogus posts.
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