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Software engineers, auto technicians badly needed
Updated: 2005-02-12 10:16

Seven trades in Beijing including manufacture, transportation, warehousing, post and communication, real estate, construction, and financial insurance, would see a surging amount of job vacancies, according to an estimation based on a survey of Beijing's labor force market.

The seven sectors are expected to employ 80 percent of all the labor forces Beijing would require this year, said sources from the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Labor and Social Security Friday.

For instance, the hi-tech companies in Beijing need some 70,000to 90,000 employees this year. Modern manufacturing industry wantsprofessionals majored in vehicle and tractor manufacture, auto technology, marketing, computer software, pharmacy, computer science and application.

The post and communication industry is in bad need of e-business and computer game software developers.

Beijing is also thirsty for architectural professionals, such as experienced project managers and budget workers.

According to the bureau's estimation, whole sale and retail, catering industries would also have an increasing need for employees in 2005. The fast-growing service sector would have to face a continued shortage of labor force supply.

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